Web Design

How to use Google Analytics for Designers.

July 10, 20111 Comment

This post gives an overview on how to use Google Analytics for design, and how to use data as the basis for some of the decisions you make during that process.

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Bjork unveils HTML5 interactive galaxy

May 22, 20110 Comments

Bjork has revealed her Biophilia project, an immersive online and offline art installation that aims to explore ideas like sound and the infinite expanse of the universe

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5 of the best online code editors for fans of the cloud

April 5, 20114 Comments

Browser based software has never been more impressive and I am continually blown away by what some people have managed to squeeze out of the humble web browser.

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Kinect + Javascript hack shows potential for web interfaces

November 25, 20102 Comments

Developed by the clever folks at MIT Media Lab Fluid Interfaces Group, DepthJS is a web browser extension that allows any any web page to interact with Microsoft Kinect via Javascript.

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Free Minimalist WordPress Theme – Introducing CleanPin

October 11, 20103 Comments

A free minimalist Wordpress theme, for simple and clean designs.

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10+ lightweight cms options reviewed

September 19, 201020 Comments

Every once in a while, I’ve found that a fully featured CMS for clients, is just overkill. This review of open source and commercial lightweight CMS systems showcased a multitude of options for designers and developers.

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14 of the Best Youtube Channel Designs

August 23, 201012 Comments

The following collection of professional, well designed YouTube Channels highlighting the major brands who are getting it right, and spending the time and money on YouTube as a platform to attract an audience. Not only are these guys getting their YouTube channel designs perfect, but they are also creating compelling content to go along with it.

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8 eyetracking studies from the web’s biggest blogs.

August 11, 201021 Comments

A roundup of 8 freshly squeeze eye tracking tests, from some of the web’s most prolific blogs. Performed using readily available eye tracking software from Gazehawk.

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Poetry in Code. 7 unique artists of the digital age.

June 13, 20100 Comments

Ever since I can remember, I have always had a fascination with the relationship between code, and art. More recently, I’ve been inspired by both vector and motion art combined with code producing some truly remarkable pieces of computer generated art. Here’s a collection of some cg artwork, code and visualisations from software artists that […]

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6 corporate website fails to watch out for.

April 27, 20108 Comments

Unfortunately for the web, many websites are conceived, designed and built internally. Whilst there are exceptions to the rule, often this leads to a number of decisions being made that are at best questionable, and at worst disastrous for the usability and overall success of the site. This post talks about some of my own […]

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