Jeff shares the history of the “above the fold” rule, and how today’s web standards have made this a thing of the past.
Looking to do some quick sketches, wireframing or rough designs while on the road or from your sofa? Check out iMockups for your iPad. It’s an inexpensive download, comes with layout templates for most devices, and has all the common tools you’re used to. iMockups also integrates nicely with Balsamiq. Click here to learn more […]
Jeff discusses the importance of properly styling the content on your website, and shares some pointers on keeping the look of your website consistent.
In the spirit of SXSW, I would like to mention Ogilvy Notes. When we think of notes in the context of a presentation or a seminar, we can picture pages (or slides) of bulleted lists and short sentences. Ogilvy Notes sort of summarize the traditional, boring lecture and tell the story via infographics. They create […]
Jeff discusses how web design has evolved over time.
On the Mac operating system, files that are not typically meant to be opened remain as hidden. Although this certainly lends to a more tidy folder structure, these hidden files can be eating up your hard drive space. Recently, my portable flash drive was showing that nearly all my space was occupied and appeared to […]
Jeff shares some of the challenges, and opportunities, faced when designing for mobile devices.
With a quick and free download through Amazon, Mac users can have access to over a million books through Kindle for Mac. The application allows user to view comments from other readers, highlight and make notes, change color modes and look up words or phrases instantly in the built-in dictionary. For PC users, Amazon also […]