jQuery Circle Navigation

December 1st, 2011

I am working diligently on my final for my JavaScripting class. My idea for a final was to tackle something I never see online. Circle Navigation. Everything I come across online is the typical nav bar that is boring to say the least. My original idea [...]

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Be the center of your media content

November 18th, 2011

In the world today where we are in love with our social media outlets like Facebook. A place to outwit your friends with some quote that you think shakes the ground people walk on or an image that will force at least a few 'lols'. Your latest Facebook status ([...]

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Deception, Internet Style – Nickel and Dimmed by the Big Guys

November 6th, 2011

I just had a great read over at A-List-Apart. The article is called "Dark Patterns: Deception vs Honesty in UI Design". It's about deceptive tactics used by websites to either get information, solicit and/or auto-sign you up for premium services. Many of[...]

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Web Design Projects Rolling In

November 3rd, 2011

Well I've gone from being a student from being a full blown web designer again in a matter of 2 weeks. 2 weeks ago I was only focusing on my school work. Since that time I have had 3 projects come in. 2 websites as well as a complete identity design for a [...]

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Go Fork Yourself! Part 1- Restaurant Design and Brief

November 2nd, 2011

We all have passions and dreams. For some its design, for some its working out and eating healthy and for some its running your own business. Recently a great friend of mine, who has shown me everything I know about cooking, told me great news that he is [...]

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Review of Web Design Psychology

October 9th, 2011

If you haven't already figured out, I'm a big fan of web design. I also married a beautiful lady with a degree in psychology. So when I was reading one of my favorite blogs I came across an interesting article called "Web Design Psychology" by Brad [...]

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Project Thumbnails

September 25th, 2011

In my good ol' education of Web Design I was asked to mock up a few different ideas of a new web site I am designing. After studying a few competitors and the elements of design I made a few quick sketches on some graph paper. Here's a quick summary and ideas[...]

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Experts are made, not born.

September 4th, 2011

When I entered my Animation I class for the first day, back in 2010, my teacher told us that we could all be the most impressive Animators and could go far above and beyond everything he had accomplished. (Which would prove difficult since he animated the [...]

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Design a Web Page (photoblog) – Paper to Photoshop

August 4th, 2010

Most designers have a storm of ideas floating around their creative brains. Recently my freelance work has slowed down so it has given me the opportunity to work on a few personal projects that’s having been on the back burners for a while, stewing in my[...]

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Thirsty Mind Thursdays – Ant Scanner

July 31st, 2010

Yeah, I know its not Thursday, but I saw this and had to post it, really unique I must say, not to mention completely awesome. Enjoy. ANTS in my scanner > a five years time-lapse! from françois vautier on Vimeo. This guy put an ant colony in his [...]

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