Designer at Redweb, Phil Heywood provides a historical outlook on how methods for designing on the web have drastically changed. Understanding how our practice has evolved is vital.
Owner of Interactive agency Unwrong- Rob Silverton, describes how in order to achieve brilliant design, designers of all disciplines should gather as much information as possible first.
Head designer at Folk- Tom Wittlin, gives valuable advice on how to be creative in a digital environment. How using a pen and piece of paper is more useful than a computer.
Royal College of Art mentor Kevin Dean, gives a rather interesting perspective on how 'breaking the rules' can make your ideas go the extra mile towards being striking or groundbreaking.
Head of innovation at Redweb-David Burton, breaks down how and why creating a original idea or concept can be easily done if you were to follow these simple and inspiring steps.
Benjamin Slade, the founder and Creative Director of what.it.is creative, a branding and interactive firm based out of Austin, Texas, shares his experience & ideas about building their latest iphone app.
Ole Dean discusses how striving towards making great design was not always about using the technology, rather it was indulging in the history of design that matured his approach and process.
We have 8 simple articles which are all under 1000 words or less about the World Wide Web and it's style and function.The project aims to progress into a key educational tool for designers of multi disciplines.