Recently I've been spotting "sticky" navigation headers across the web more frequently. A lot of them are quite good looking, but it's not all about appearances. Did you know that sticky menus are 22% quicker to navigate?
Inside I outline a few well executed examples of this design trend you should be paying attention to.
Many people write about exciting new projects they're working on, but how often do you read articles detailing failure?
Recently I sent a two year long project to the graveyard. Read on to find out what I learned from the experience...
Working in a dead quiet office weirds me out. Here's some chill beats that've been helping me bring in Fall.
Google has quietly released an innovative flight search tool that I think is the best available. It excels where the others fail because of a single usability insight coupled with minimal design.
Doubt it? Read on...
I've been noticing some interesting text input designs around the web lately. Here's four that I find to be exceptionally well done.
As a small business owner, what do you do when you can't find the talent you need to grow? A Baltimore area company has bet on training Ruby developers instead of outsourcing, and I love it.
Should you consider mentoring instead of exporting jobs overseas?
Our latest client site goes live - a sous-vide recipe book responsively designed for multiple device support.
What would you say if I told you that Instagram was created in 1979?
Of course we didn't have smartphones until recently, but Jamie Livingston was taking 'selfies', pictures of food, and doing street photography with his Polaroid camera over 3 decades ago.
Hot off the presses, a responsive designed web shop for The Pros And Cons, Los Angeles.
Here's a few interesting links and things from February 2013, including an interview I did with Freelance Unleashed.