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June 29, 2010

GM’s AR Windshield: Safe or Distracting?

If cellphones are a distraction, wouldn't things appearing on your windshield be as well? I'm quite skeptical that an AR windshield would be useful in practical driving situations.
June 15, 2010

How to Pick Photography for Web Design

It's been a few months now since I've had my Canon XSi and it seems there's so much to learn about photography that I haven't had enough time to get out there and play with it. At the same time, this insight into photography has helped increase my awareness of photography selection when it comes to web design.
June 1, 2010

Should a Designer’s Career Progression be Measured by Their Portfolio?

So you think you've got it all you're working for a big agency that gives you all sorts of opportunities to do your best and be as creative as you can be. Or maybe you're the exact opposite stuck in a job with no creativity whatsoever. Regardless of where you start its important to keep progressing.
May 30, 2010

Touchscreens: What’s Going To Happen To The MouseOver?

As touch screens become more popular, it forces designers to adapt to the touch technology.
April 21, 2010

What it Means to Say “No” to a Freelance Project

As designers or developers, having clients and company's come to you for your expertise and skill is a very fulfilling feeling. One that is hard to pass up especially if your day job is freelancing. When you say no to a freelance project, sure, it means the usual negative connotations (which I won't list here because I'm sure you can think of a few already).