Posts Tagged 'design'

Unspoken: Classy, Minimalist Magazine Theme for WordPress

WPShower has been easily my favorite WordPress theme foundry since their arrival on the scene last year. Their designs are sleek, classy, visual, and employ good use of whitespace. As their first six gorgeous themes have been and remain free

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Unspoken: Classy, Minimalist Magazine Theme for WordPress

WPShower has been easily my favorite WordPress theme foundry since their arrival on the scene last year. Their designs are sleek, classy, visual, and employ good use of whitespace. As their first six gorgeous themes have been and remain free

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Realism vs Abstraction in User Interfaces

UXMag has a brief, illustrated discussion of realism and abstraction in user experience design. Like Goldilocks, the amount of detail in interface elements should be not too much, not too little, but just right.

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Realism vs Abstraction in User Interfaces

UXMag has a brief, illustrated discussion of realism and abstraction in user experience design. Like Goldilocks, the amount of detail in interface elements should be not too much, not too little, but just right.

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8 Inspiring Showcases of iPhone & iPad Design

I recently was required to design a site specifically optimized for the iPhone, a task which I’ve admittedly never had occasion to attempt before.  I quickly realized this: it’s one thing to simply adapt a standard web design to the

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8 Inspiring Showcases of iPhone & iPad Design

I recently was required to design a site specifically optimized for the iPhone, a task which I’ve admittedly never had occasion to attempt before.  I quickly realized this: it’s one thing to simply adapt a standard web design to the

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