We’ve told a few folks about this but haven’t really made much of a song and dance about it: we’re writing our first book!
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Pete’s been designing up some work which came out of a sketching workshop which we ran with a client.
fffunction is taking a bit of our own medicine and want to involve some users in the process of looking at changes to our own website.
One of the things which we get as UXBristol sponsors is a table at the conference.
fffunction stopped testing sites we’re designing and building by default (there’s an explanation for the the meaning of default shortly) on IE8 a few months ago.
Responsive retrofitting can be hard and time-consuming as the design hasn’t originally been considered for all screen sizes.
“If I were you, I’d leave the homepage design until last” fellow fffunctioneer Pete Coles once said.
For the re–design of Intel MSL, we faced a problem we've not run into before. How do you go about adding meaning, and visual interest to a site without imagery?
Finding the courage to say what you did must have been difficult, but we have both known for some time that things haven’t great between us.
On Friday 21 February we joined up with our friends Elliot and Kier from Viewport Industries and had a small informal get together, with a series of brief talks.