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Last week I took some time off to happily marry my best friend Alyssa. She can be seen in my latest screencast/video series called “Let’s Build: A Consultancy Website” which is linked below. To catch up where I left off you will see both Part 2 and 3 in this issue. Much more to come!
In part 3 of the Let’s Build: A Consultancy Website series brings forth the beginning of the hands-on portion of the videos to come. This part and the next will feature me designing a high-level style guide of elements we can later repeat throughout our interactive design.
It’s impractical. I don’t know what your privacy settings are.
So if I point to your post, it’s possible a lot of people might
not be able to read it, and thus will bring the grief to me,
not you, because they have no idea who you are or what you
The new swirl is an evolution of our existing logo that marks a new era for Ubisoft, one with an increased focus on live and digital games as well as a player-centric approach to creating immersive worlds.
At Wake, our mission has always been focused on bringing openness and transparency to the design process. We’ve always believed that by providing a space where designers can share ongoing work not only empowers them to make better products, it also helps them grow. We’re proud to be a part of creating a more open culture and…
Websites with long or infinite scrolling are becoming more and more common lately, and it’s no mere trend or coincidence. The technique of long scrolling allows users to traverse chunks of content without any interruption or additional interaction — information simply appear as the user scrolls down the page. Infinite scrolling is a variety of long scrolling that allows users to scroll through a massive chunk of content with no finish line in sight (it’s the endless scrolling you see on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr feeds).