A standard post created using some basic elements including a quote, ordered list and a popup image. As a web designer you need to consider what people do with their hands and heads. You need to design your products in a way that requires minimal input, and delivers maximal output. My skills improved a lot when I started designing fonts.

Tiny Reichenstein is the founder and director of Information iA’s usual trade is website design and consultancy along with the odd concept like the Twitter strikethrough, but the company has also found recent success in iOS and Mac app development. Writer for iPad is a pioneering minimalist text editor, and its focus-enhancing combination of sparse visuals and refined typography has since made the leap to OS X and the iPhone.

Nothing is more destructive to good design than group thinking and collective decision making

Who studied German literature, German literature is, who is studying medicine, is doctor who studies physics is physics, but who studied philosophy, this will by no philosopher. But I would say that the study of philosophy according to specialization may be an ideal preparation for the Informationsachitekten. For philosophy teaches one to work on and to the order of the terms.

About Typography. Everybody Can Feel It

Tiny women carry amazingly large bags, twice their eighty-pound weight. Some of the women carry babies in slings around front. A good adult picker can harvest over two hundred pounds of cherries and earn $8 a day, more than twice the Guatemalan minimum daily wage.

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Who studied German literature, German literature is, who is studying medicine, is doctor who studies physics is physics, but who studied philosophy, this will by no philosopher. But I would say that the study of philosophy according to specialization may be an ideal preparation for the Informationsachitekten. For philosophy teaches one to work on and to the order of the terms.

Online news magazines is often accused them all look similar. What do you think of this criticism?

The appearance of a page is secondary for me. What interests me as a user, are content, rhetoric, how to deal with facts and opinions. Interested me as a designer, such as news sites work and that is above all, how well they are legible. In this respect, especially European sides still have much to learn.

  1. Touch screen devices seem to be similar to the Web, because they seem to have a similar issue.
  2. The average word length shrinks. And that is very good.
  3. Desktop apps for work, iPad / iPhone apps are for watching and playing, the Internet is to communicate.

The allegation that approach visually newspaper websites is absurd. If one keeps in mind how similar many newspapers are printed each other, which is a laughable accusation.

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  1. This is the way I want to work with clients. No surprises, no squirreling away to design land, and actionable feedback. Working with them to execute awesome. Fantastic article, George.

    • Thanks, Vlad! It took a while to come to these conclusions, but it definitely feels right now that we’re in it. Glad you agree!

  2. Enlightening post. One of the realities we’re finding with so many different desktop display settings out there is that some of what we used to be able to address with static comps is being further fleshed out in development we’ve handed the site over to the client for QA.

    On responsive, that’s been the expectation we set from the get go – show some wireframes, do a design comp, know that there will be at least a couple revision rounds once the template is built. I love the idea of doing a lo-fi static mock up. That would make the process clearer for the client and smoother for us all.

  3. I have found that simplifying terminology and dumbing things down for clients whilst judging their level of awareness works then educating them in the explaining each aspect in the correct terminology afterwards works well and helps it stick.

  4. I have found that simplifying terminology and dumbing things down for clients whilst judging their level of awareness works then educating them in the explaining each aspect in the correct terminology afterwards works well and helps it stick.

    • That’s pretty neat, Laurentiu! In my experience, though, nothing beats a real device in their hands. If nothing else, every client should have a smart phone in their pocket. Just make sure you’ve spent time with device testing before you go that route! 🙂

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