Posts tagged “design”

Over 50 Typographic Tees

Let’s just ignore how long it’s been since I posted here, shall we? Ahem. I’ve never really understood collecting – the feverish desire to have more, preferrably all of a particular thing – well, it’s always seemed a little bit soft-brained to me. Then I looked in my drawers. I have to admit it: I’m […]

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Downgrade Me, Please.

I use a 2.6 MacBook Pro with 4 Gig of RAM every day. Everything on this machine runs beautifully, and I rarely, if ever, experience enough lag in any app to become frustrated. Photoshop CS4 is the only exception. Extremely frustrating problems include: up to 10 second pause before refresh when zooming in and out. […]

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The 4th Web Trends Map

Oliver and the boys at Information Architects have done it again… The beta version of the fourth Web Trend Map is out, and it’s gorgeous. Go have a look at all the beautiful details, and if you’ve got any feedback, let them know. They’re only printing 1000 of them, so shoot them a mail to […]

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Ten Tips for Top Decks

If you attend two geek conferences back to back, you get to see alot of slide decks. And while the decks at SXSW and the IA Summit were chock full of good content, many of them had a few little practical problems, which would’ve all been easy to avoid. I’ve done plenty of pitch presentations, […]

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From the Inbox…

A few things that have flown across my field of consciousness in the past week or two… Jakob Nielsen recommends the use of mega drop-down menus. I’ve been watching quite a bit of TED lately. My top three TED talks of late are Don Norman on emotional design, Stefan Sagmeister on design & happiness, and […]

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