~ 16 July 2007 ~
Things observed during or after Web Design World 2007 (Seattle).
Because you might be inspired to inquire about fine automobiles whilst driving your Hyundai Accent.
Just like it says.
“History” currently adorns my iPhone welcome screen.
19th-20th November, London.
7th September, Los Angeles. Shepard Fairey, Joshua Davis, and others.
Richard Turley art directed Guardian newspaper’s G2 coverage for the Glastonbury Festival using a rather unorthodox approach, and then wrote about the process in detail:
Whatever or whenever it was, there was no other decision to be made. We were going off the grid. We were going off the grid in a big way…. To reflect the intense, animated, spiritual, blissful yet peculiarly organised chaos, the obvious course of action was to embrace it. To express this visual assault, each spread would be dominated by imagery, having full-out photographs as backgrounds, with text boxes sitting on top of images.
Customizable, Dashboard-like widgets for iPhone. The idea has merit but doesn’t appear to be much more than a launcher for sites/apps. Would be nice if these were actual widgets rather than just shortcuts.
Dashboard-like widgets for iPhone by BlueFlavor. These, on the other hand, are more like actual widgets.
Complete list of apps developed at iPhoneDevCamp San Francisco 2007.
Free version of the E-junkie shopping cart. Works with PayPal and Google Checkout.
My reply to this question, along with others from industry notables, appears in this month’s HOW Magazine.
I’m reminded of how gratifying it is to be on stage, if merely because the audiences are so welcoming. Thank you.
Stock photography, type, and killer tees. Genuinely recommended by Authentic Boredom.
Authentic Boredom is the platitudinous web home of Cameron Moll, designer, author, and speaker. More…
Full-time and freelance job opportunities. Post a job...
A selection of fine reading, available for a limited time only: