Responsive web design has grown way beyond the latest buzzword in web design. More
With the rise of “flat” design that has been talked about to death, I’ve been considering whether or not texture, realism and, to use the vernacular of the masses, “skeuomorphism” still has a place in design, and if so, where. More
Hundreds of colleges and universities around the world, including Harvard, Yale, Bentley, and the University of Colorado, use Drupal as their content management platform. Why? More
Ever since the unveiling of iOS 7 a few weeks ago, the term “skeuomorphism” has been thrown around a lot. More
Recently I’ve been working on a project that broke it’s content out into small chunks as you scrolled down the page. More
I'm excited that this year's Drupalcon features a complete set of UX sessions that cater to those of us not on the development side of Drupal. More
If you could listen to a site, how would you want it to be designed? This may seem like an unusual question, but for the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled, this is the reality of using the Internet, and therefore, the reality of accessible design. More
Everyone has heard the old adage about opinions. Marketing people have opinions, CEO’s have opinions. Developers, users, testers, account managers and designers all have opinions, too. More
Blizzard Activision’s new PC game title Diablo 3 launches worldwide tomorrow, and is the culmination of four solid years of a stellar, multi-faceted marketing campaign. More