Tag: design

  • Simply Recipes Gets iPhone Simple

    November 1, 2008

    We had a blast putting together the original Simply Recipes site, so it’s been a real thrill developing and designing an iPhone web app for Simply Recipes. After all, what could be more exciting than developing a simple interface for a simple recipe website on the easiest-to-use phone out there? There’s nothing like working on... Read More

  • Helvetica, Meet IRC

    March 25, 2008

    If you enjoy the feeling you get when you look at my website, and you’re a Colloquy user, you’re in luck! As part of my “let’s skin applications” kick, I’ve created Haas, a minimalist, Helvetica-based design for Colloquy. Plenty of variants to make you happy. Default Light Skin Dark Variant Download Haas for Colloquy (.zip/8k,... Read More

  • Designing eComm 2008

    March 14, 2008

    When O’Reilly cancelled ETel 2008, Lee Dryburgh fought hard to keep the community of emergent communications activists alive by organizing eComm2008. The conference was a rethink of the trillion dollar communications industry, a challenge to industry leaders who have largely remained stagnant. Because of ETel’s last minute cancelation, Lee needed an tremendous amount of design... Read More

  • Redesign, Part 1: The Logo

    September 6, 2007

    Redesigning a website is like having a baby. It’s exhilarating and fun when you’re in the planning stages; but when it comes right down to it, it takes a lot of hard work and sleepless nights to see it through to completion and do it right. I couldn’t think of a better way to start... Read More

  • First and Foremost

    September 3, 2007

    Every great book has some profound beginning. Though nothing close to profound, here’s mine: Design lives all around us and impacts in ways that are sometimes unnoticeable while at other times impossible to miss. People pay me to catch the subtleties and make them work in ways that are impossible to miss. I love that.... Read More