An important consideration for user experience is to note the max width/height of any particular area that content will reside. Always design according to the maximum amount of content an area should hold. If you dont, then you will have issues when longer blocks of text are added to certain content areas of your application. […]
This is an amazing picture of a mushroom cloud. Not quite sure when this was taken or if it is actually real. I just thought it was cool.
Facebook has been a point of contention for social media data collectors for a while now. Mostly because the data that is available is only what user privacy restrictions will allow. Companies and application developers have found interesting ways to capture data from end users. A key component to long term relationships is to provide […]
I found a cool tool for quickly testing the fruits of my labor in the mobile arena. http://ipadpeek.com/ gives you a quick visual test of how everything lays out. One thing to note is that this is not a fully retina capable tool. Certain media queries for the iPad3 are not supported.
In a development environment, it is important to know the balance between standardization and customization. It is an internal struggle between developers who want to standardize everything and account managers who want to customize everything. Each approach has its pros and cons. Let us examine this in greater detail. “With control you lose design, with […]
Ok, this is a technical post (sort of). But I thought I would give a visual example of why you should always logically think of context in everything you do. Everything in your daily life relies on context to support it. The meaning, completeness, success or failure of everything relies on context to support it. […]
Parker, my 7 year old, is obsessed with Angry Birds. So, i decided to paint the tree from the Seasons version of the game. 9 feet high and 4 feet wide.
If you have an application with data endpoints, Kendo allows you to visualize that data in a number of really cool, sleek ways. All of the standard charts and graphs plus a few extras. There is also built in transformations that make input of remote data a breeze. It is a little pricey but well […]