Tag: Web Design

The Space

July 12th 2014 - Portfolio

The Space is a free website for artists and audiences to create and explore exciting new art, commissioned and shared around the Whole Wide World. I was the UX Design Consultant on this project. URL: The Space

Future of Web Design 2014

I'll be speaking next year!!!

December 5th 2013 - Talks

It has been an amazing couple of months. Firstly getting my work published in .netmagazine, then seeing it put posted on creativebloq and finally getting invited to speak at Future of Web Design next year. The talk I’ll be giving is titled “We are Digital Architects: Evolving our design language for the web” and will involve some of my ideas about the creative process and how we can embrace it as a journey of discovery, changing out thought process and language along the way.

Can’t wait 🙂

Net magazine article

How a rant became a published article

September 12th 2013 - Opinion

I was having a bit of a rant with two of my colleagues Sven and Ben at Digital Science about design debates and trends. That prompted me to write a 500 word email about flat design and other trends to .net magazine, a few hours later I received a positive reply telling me that it was a good idea and should submit it as an article, which I did and now its in their October Issue or read the article directly on Creative Bloq.

You can’t imagine how happy this made me 🙂

The design disease

Flaws in Flat designs and other trends

August 13th 2013 - Opinion

There is an epidemic in the design industry. The sickness takes many forms and can affect any one of its citizens at any time. The symptoms, if not caught early, can lead to catastrophic consequences. The disease is known by many names but the one I shall call it is “ego”. It can attack anywhere, […]

Responsive design

July 28th 2012 - Web Design

Once upon a time web design / interface design was simply the act of taking a portrait designed brochure and turning it on its side to create a landscape layout with buttons stuck on to make it cool and new media. There wasn’t a convention of what constituted good or bad web layout, semantic mark […]

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