Summary Q: Are link pages useful? A: No. The slightly longer answer: It depends what you mean by links page. [...]
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Pass it On are a new company based in Southwold that I’ve been working with to put together various elements [...]
Google web fonts growth since June this year. Taken from this blog post There seems to be quite a bit [...]
I’ve had a few requests recently for decent books to learn about typography. So I thought I’d share a few [...]
Well, as the rains pour down over Manchester once more, it seems like summer here has come to its usual [...]
System providers estimate that becoming accustomed to a graphical interface should require about eight hours of training. Other experts say the learning time is closer to 20 or 30 hours.
Wilbert O Galitz – The Essential Guide to User Interface Design
If so, where does that leave your common or garden web application or site? Only Facebook, Google and handful of others
Reading through The Design of Everday Things by Donald Norman, I came across an enlightening section entitled ‘Why Designers go Astray’. It prompted this rough thought about what makes designs go right, and thinking about the different concerns that need to be
…and now I have to write something.
I think I will be using this rather excellent post by Cathyma as my guide. Despite the ever changing trends of technology, blogs seem to me to have endured as a useful tool for recording and discussing ideas, so I’m going to try my best to promote this tradition.