The Fold: Enough is Enough

I rarely remember my dreams. Sometimes they’re gone so quickly I’m not sure I ever actually had them. I don’t think I have reoccurring dreams, but then again it would be hard to confirm. There is one exception however, one dream which I’ve been having since 2005. In this dream I’m in a dark conference […]

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Stop Designing Mobile Websites

It’s on everyone’s lips, it graces countless blog posts and everyday more people are talking about it. Mobile. Some claim it’s the future of the web… and why shouldn’t they? The stats are overwhelming. Users are adopting and using mobile at an alarming rate.¬†Suffice¬†to say, this year mobile is the big web design topic. Yet, […]

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Snippet: Mobile First is History Repeating

As a fan of Jakob Neilsen and a skeptic of the “every design should be responsive” methodology, I have been frustrated with the criticism of Neilsen’s stance on mobile websites. Recently I published my thoughts on the two sides (mobile specific websites and responsive design) hoping to cultivate a discussion on mobile design and why […]

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Clark is Wrong About Nielsen Being Wrong About Mobile

Earlier last week, I was pleasantly surprised when Jacob Nielsen posted a report on mobile web design which closely mirrored my own philosophy. The key takeaway of the article is that mobile specific sites are more effective than full content sites with mobile friendly presentation. After reading the article, I hoped the findings would put […]

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