"I say: who cares? *It’s all the web.* We shouldn’t think of 'the web' as only what renders in web browsers..." http://t.co/OSFnNBFqZ7
.@AdaptivePath celebrates National Beer Day along with LEGOs. Thanks for the tip @coffeekid http://t.co/PRpoc5FM8s http://t.co/ZULUQenmUt
I say again. You should get @hondanhon's newsletter. Read this one about @gdsteam (which gets it exactly right) http://t.co/61PJ20pt2l
I'm excited to be talking about writing and designing...Ellen Lupton, “Design Fictions” (THURSDAY) | D-Crit - http://t.co/epAjNjZGx5
Very nice presentation on cultural affordances by @jeanphony http://t.co/mJwwYAsIFv #design #ethnography #skeumorphism #everydaylife
A great shout-out to @jeanphony for an awesome presentation yesterday! The slides are posted here: http://t.co/mHUkzRfZH1
"The big mistake of the $50 billion dollar industry that is asking people what they want - we don’t know" http://t.co/EiBCVBhIlR...
Duplo looks at anywhere between 2,000 to 6,000 layout candidates, searching for the best layout to fit the content.
"instead of documenting UI patterns in a traditional static document, the style guide is built using the actual production technology, making it a living and continuously evolving bridge between design and development."
Embracing new behaviours in a networked society is better approach than denying them: Getty shows how http://t.co/w3cNHDKxFN @claropartners
He began by building wood models: gluing cut paper and painted dowels into layers and photographing it. "It was way too crafty, but that is what I was creating, this idea—I like the idea that you feel the thing you're looking at, someone made that, there's some authorship to it."
“Useful, humble features will prove more effective in actual use than glistening touch screens & embedded speakers.” http://t.co/qgZLFDgkO2
Good advice, marketing centric, but relevant anyway