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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We Are All User Experience Designers

Trends come and go, people become excited about new concepts and old ones become old and boring. Much like fashion the trends of the web seem to resurface delighting some and aggravating others. I am often inclined to ignore the low-level trends as they are short-lived and don’t impact the web in a measurable way. […]

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Another contender in the sIFR / Facelift Typography Arsenal

I came across an interesting tool called Typeface.js today. It appears to be a worth while addition to the sIFR / Facelift “Web Typography Arsenal.” Much like Facelift and sIFR it is javascript based and replaces the plain XHTML text with an embeded custom typeface replacement. In this case it uses the <canvas> element and […]

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Effective Web Copy

I am often frustrated with how little attention is put into the messaging on most websites. It seems that you run into two scenarios when faced with web copy. The first is that the website owner has the writing done internally and then edited professionally, and the second is that their is a professional advertising/marketing […]

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