Notes are referred to as flows in this application. I decided to be critical of my previous design. There’s always another idea lurking beneath. You shouldn’t be afraid to throw away what you have to start again. My next step was very basic.
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Bob Dylan was onto something with The Times They Are a-Changin’. Things are always going to change. You can’t prevent it; we as a society will move on to a new way of living each generation (you don’t dress like your parents do you?). I believe this applies to web, except a generation is around [...]
Have you ever had the thought someone else will do it? This is something I mutter about on occasions. It’s called the Bystander effect a common psychological behaviour of humans. i.e. you The bystander effect is a social psychological phenomenon that refers to cases where individuals do not offer help in an emergency situation when [...]
Perhaps it’s a little bold of a statement to make but I’d like to stand by it. How often do you get caught out with the work you do? When designing flaws are hard to pick up because of the time and emotions invested in your work. I’m not saying that it’s not possible to [...]
I have a mobile phone, it has a browser. A good majority of the pages I visit will take me to their mobile version. What’s so good about a mobile version of a site? Intent. With the limited scope most mobile sites have the better they target why a user want to come and use [...]
Control is a great film about the life of Joy Division front man Ian Curtis. Though that may be true the purpose of this post is to discuss the latest article from 52weeksofux. control @52weeksofux. Please have a read of it. If you can’t be bothered then I’ll give you the low down. Don’t make [...]