What We Can Look Forward To in the New AI World The Journey For the uninitiated, the concept of AI could seem new, but I can remember learning the term in the late 1980s when I took a course in LISP. LISP is a computer language originally developed over sixty years ago at MIT and… Continue reading AI? Artificial Intelligence? Accessible Intelligence!
The Pros and Cons of these two options — plus a third you might have ignored The number at the end of the agency’s proposal was over one million Euros. I was floored. A client of mine had sent me a proposal from the latest research consulting firm in the runnings to help them explore a new market. Of the… Continue reading Should you do UX Research yourself, or hire an agency?
We’re going to start with The Canned-Food Phenomenon. Yeah I made that up. But bear with me. When processed, preserved, canned food first came into existence — it served a necessity: to feed soldiers in the war. Then it was commoditized and rolled out to society for time and convenience. Soon after, we opened the Pandora’s Box of… Continue reading Metaverse, you’re cringe (right now)
The world runs on code. Nearly every single aspect of our lives is in some way, shape, or form handled by code. It may be hidden and running behind the scenes, but it is ever-present in our daily activities. Waking in the morning thanks to our alarm clock or phone app, consuming news and media… Continue reading Analyzing Code With Code Detection API
Looking to download fonts for Procreate? In this article, we’ll take a look at some awesome font choices for Procreate, as well as how to add fonts to Procreate, if you’ve never done it before. Add fonts to Procreate and use them in your next design, illustration, or project. If you love calligraphy fonts Procreate… Continue reading 44 Best Procreate Fonts (Calligraphy, Tattoo, Comic, and More!)
Thirty years after the historic passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the landmark legislation that transformed the US’s workplaces and common spaces for the better, so much of our lives have moved out of the physical world and into the digital one. The urgency of equality — and the need to ensure that web… Continue reading You’Re (Probably) Doing Digital Accessibility Wrong
The digital world spins faster than other planets. Here, agility and adaptability are necessary survival skills if success is what you’re after. We have come so far from text-heavy websites that used to reign in the 90’s and could make web designers of today make a run for the hills. In fact, it’s common knowledge… Continue reading Web Design Lessons You Need to Master This 2020
This month, the slow decline of minimalism continues, and color is everywhere. There’s some awesome type, and video-based maximalism seems to be gaining a foothold. Enjoy! Another Colour I adore Another Colour’s site. It takes incredible complexity to produce an effect this simple. The landing page is a looping rainbow gradient, and the gradient strip… Continue reading Introducing 15 Best New Portfolios, November 2019
Ever heard of a Swedish proverb that goes like “shared joy is double joy”? Bet you have, but for something wonderful, like good news or a piece of cake. The proverb is also true in other aspects of life (or business) – like web hosting. As a small business owner, your focus is on expanding… Continue reading Cheap Shared Hosting: Why it’s Ideal for your Small Business
If you read any of the countless web design trend reports that came out earlier this year, you likely read about the promise of large, hero-sized cinemagraphs placed prominently on homepages everywhere. So where are they? While a few fashion-forward companies are using them on their websites, the cinemagraph has been largely relegated to showcase… Continue reading Cinemagraphs in web design