InSight On Design

Milton Glaser’s poster to get out the vote

“If you don’t vote, you’re essentially invisible.” — Milton Glaser, “the irrepressible dean of American graphic design.” Interview & video with the icon.

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Google will punish popups to improve mobile browsing

Google will punish popups to improve mobile browsing

Google will start punishing popups soon, making the internet a happier place for mobile users. 🎉 If you insist on using those annoying popups (begging people to subscribe to your newsletter or download your app), Google will drop you like a rock, so fewer people…

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Responsive logo design for viewing on different devices, or printing at different sizes

Responsive logo design for viewing on different devices, or printing at different sizes

When designing a logo it’s important to consider how it will look at different sizes. On the web, it will be seen on screens of all sizes from tiny smart phones to large desktop monitors, and it may be used as a tiny avatar, a small ad, or a larger featured image. In print, it may be used on small business cards, a tiny bug in a credit line, larger brochures and advertisements, maybe T-shirts, and possibly even huge signs or billboards.

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New website for a political campaign

New website for a political campaign

I recently launched a new web site for a political can­di­date: Pat Kemp, who is running for Hillsborough County Commissioner. (I hope she wins — she would be an excellent commissioner!) The website is starting out with a few special features, including: Animated header Campaign…

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It’s not finished, but it’s done

It’s not finished, but it’s done

I’m delighted to be rolling out this fresh re-design of my business website! Because it’s my own site, I can try the latest techniques & styles that interest me, and I get to do stuff like inserting quirky little rollover Easter eggs just because they tickle me.

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