Posts Tagged ‘josh clark’

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  1. 06 Nov, 2018

    Design Systems: Mastering Design at Scale

    Dan Mall, Josh Clark, and myself partnered with the fine folks at InVision to create a video series called Design Systems: Mastering Design at Scale. In the series, we share lessons learned from our experience helping organizations create and maintain […]

  2. 16 Oct, 2018

    Only One Deliverable Matters

    The original spirit of wireframes, journey maps, comps, and the like was for exploration and to communicate ideas efficiently. They began as devices for conversation and experimentation, and in that loose context they remain as useful as ever. Over time, […]

  3. 01 Mar, 2018

    New, new, new TechCrunch

    TechCrunch announced they’re redesigning their site, which marks an end of an era at a personal level. Five years ago, myself, Josh Clark, Dan Mall, Jennifer Brook, Kristina Franz, and Jonathan Stark redesigned TechCrunch to be modern and responsive (which […]

  4. 08 Jan, 2018

    Brad Frost Web Turns 5 Years Old

    On January 1st, 2013, I started my own company. Over the last 5 years I’ve had the opportunity to do a lot of great work with a lot of great people, travel all over the place to talk about the […]

  5. 02 Jun, 2017

    Josh Clark on The Workshop and the Storefront

    I wrote a post called The Workshop and The Storefront that describes the difference between a design system design/development environment (worksshop) and style guide (storefront). These metaphors was born of the client projects I’ve been fortunate to work on with […]

  6. 16 May, 2017

    The Workshop and the Storefront

    My wife is a jewelry designer. She has a workshop where she spends much of her time hammering, soldering, tinkering, shaping, sawing, buffing, polishing, experimenting, and iterating in order to produce gorgeous designs from a slew of shiny metal materials. Her […]

  7. 11 Apr, 2017

    Josh Clark on The Full Stack Design System

    Josh wrote up some thoughts about the fantastic, previously-shared Full Stack Design System article, which includes a bit where he goes to bat for atomic design. From the original article: Atomic Design will tell you to take some of your […]

  8. 03 Apr, 2017

    The Most Exciting Design Systems Are Boring

    I’ve had the extreme privilege of working with Josh and Dan on many pattern-based websites and design systems. In addition to getting into the weeds with our clients to help design and build the design systems themselves, a big part of our work often […]

  9. 19 Mar, 2017

    No Share Buttons on Mobile Sites (Except This One Weird Case)

    Josh wrote about social buttons, and I agree. I always had a hunch that social buttons weren’t super effective, and when asked for my opinion, I’d say that I thought they’re crufty, probably don’t get interacted with all that much, and don’t […]

  10. 29 Oct, 2015

    Designing for Touch

    I remember sitting at my desk tuned into a virtual conference, listening to Josh Clark give a talk about creating tapworthy mobile experiences. My co-worker sitting beside me was also listening in, and after his talk he turned to me and said “that guy’s […]

  11. 18 Nov, 2013

    Techcrunch

    Earlier this year I had the amazing opportunity to create a responsive site for TechCrunch. I got shot out of a cannon at the beginning of 2013. I had been contemplating going out on my own for a while, so […]

  12. 14 Oct, 2013

    Entertainment Weekly

    Earlier this year I had the tremendous opportunity to create a responsive mobile site for Entertainment Weekly. I was privileged to work with some ridiculously talented people on this project: Josh Clark was our fearless leader. He assembled the team, […]