Or, more precisely, the homepage is not as popular as it once was. But, it’s still quite important, at least for now. Not such a pithy or, er, linkbait-y title though is it.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease of the lungs that affects around 1 million people in the UK.
Recently, a new client asked me who should participate in the kick-off meeting for a project to design a website that would communicate the outcomes of a large research study.
Responsive sites are here and have been for a while now. I think they’re great but I cannot help feeling that a lot of people are missing an important point.
During my teens and twenties I spent a lot of time skateboarding. It’s quite a unique sport in the way it influences your life as a whole. For example, you begin to look at architecture in a new creative way. You also fall over, a lot.
Pattern libraries are great, but designing them (well) is difficult.
Being a project manager involves far more than being a manager of projects.
Working 24/7 doesn’t make you any better or worse at your job, it will just burn you out. I’ve been there, and I’m not going back.
There has been a lot of finger pointing at frameworks such as Bootstrap for an apparent depreciation in design standards lately. But, I think that Agile methodologies have something to answer for as well.
Good stakeholder interviews can give you a real sense of what’s at the heart of an organisation.