Posts Tagged ‘mention’
08 Apr, 2017
A History of Patterns in User Experience Design
Erin Malone, who helped create Yahoo!’s pattern library, gives a fantastic timeline of modular UI design. I especially love her emphasis on people sharing what they know, which is how ideas evolve and take root: It’s important to not forget […]
14 Sep, 2015
Interview with Brad Frost on Atomic Design & Crafting Modern Websites
I used to read Web Design Ledger frequently when I was first starting out as a designer. As time went by they dropped off the radar, but it’s good to see they’re back with new leadership. I gave a lengthy […]
06 May, 2015
This PGH Web Designer Explains How to Create Work Worth Sharing
With the exception of being called a “creative”, I’m very flattered to have my Death to Bullshit talk be featured on the Made In PGH website.
30 Jan, 2015
Soft skills advice from design leaders
Recently, design and all-around great guy Andy Pratt reached out looking for soft-skill advice for designers. Here’s what I had to say: The most important skill everyone should strive to master is to learn how to learn. No one person has […]
02 Dec, 2014
What It Takes to Build a Website
Drew McClellen, creator of the wonderful 24 Ways project, kicked off this year’s calendar with a great post about what it takes to make a website in this day in age. Drew asked a few people’s opinions on the topic, […]
24 Oct, 2014
The fine folks at BDConf whipped up this really cool sketch of me for the upcoming Orlando event. Color me flattered. Also, DIAMONDS.
15 Oct, 2014
Snippet 170: Job Title, It’s Complicated
On the Pagebreak Podcast, Liz Andrade and Niki Brown discuss my Job Title: It’s Complicated post.
11 Oct, 2014
Working with Atomic Design
Berit Hlubek created a fantastic deck about atomic design, Pattern Lab, and how to apply it to a real-world project. It’s so great to see other people successfully using atomic design principles to create great work. Very inspiring.
02 Oct, 2014
56 Experts reveal 3 beloved front-end development tools
PSD To WordPress asked me what 3 web development tools I couldn’t live without. Here’s what I had to say: Pattern Lab While I’m a bit biased, I honestly can’t imagine designing websites without Pattern Lab. It gives me the […]
24 Sep, 2014
Why Every Media Website Redesign Looks the Same
I chatted with the folks at Mashable about why responsive media sites tend to look similar. “It’s sort of the same way that all cars look more or less the same. There’s only so many ways you can design a […]
02 Apr, 2014
Brad Frost on Present-Friendly Web, Atomic Design & highered websites
I’m speaking at HigherEd Web in Pittsburgh, and answered a few questions about what it means to be future (and present) friendly, Pattern Lab, and more.
31 Mar, 2014
Ideo’s Tools We Like
The fine folks over at Ideo included This Is Responsive in their list of tools they find helpful.
21 Mar, 2014
Cognition Roundtable: A Development-focused Project Process
The fine folks at Happy Cog have a nice discussion about Post-PSD, pattern-driven process. And it’s super great to hear that the work we’ve been doing with Pattern Lab has been inspirational for them. …the kind of stuff that Brad […]
20 Feb, 2014
I made the bukk.it list
Achievement unlocked, thanks to Dave Rupert.
13 Feb, 2014
Animated video of me talking about Responsive Design
UIE made a really cool video of me talking about responsive design, and what to do about it. I’m doing a full-day workshop all about atomic design, responsive design workflow, and more.
12 Feb, 2014
Yelp’s Style Guide
Yelp just released their style guide, and it looks really helpful for their team. And they were kind enough to give atomic design a shout out!
10 Feb, 2014
10 Twitter accounts every web designer should follow
Well, looky here. I’m on a list of 10 Web designers people should follow on Twitter. They even said I was “hilarious“. That’s how I know it’s all one big lie.
17 Dec, 2013
Death to Bullshit on 99u
My Death To Bullshit video was featured on 99u.
16 Dec, 2013
Make Yourself Useful: Create Marketing People Actually Want
Some interesting thoughts about how the days of marketing at people are quickly fading away, and then in order to be successful in this day in age brands/companies/people need to actually make things that are genuinely useful. While this post […]
31 Jul, 2013
Responsive web design: 6 experts, 4 questions
I answered some questions about responsive web design, and so 5 other great folks: Aaron Gustafson, Ben Callahan, Dan Mall, Dave Rupert. I personally think it’s really interesting to see what everybody has to say about frameworks.
16 Jul, 2013
‘Reasons to be Responsive’ workshop report
The kind folks at Code Computerlove gave a nice summary of my workshop in London. I’m glad they got something out of my workshop; it’s certainly a good motivator for me to keep preaching the good word.
12 Jul, 2013
UX Podcast Interview
I had a great time chatting with James and Per about UX design and being future friendly.
08 Jul, 2013
Designing In the Browser Treehouse Interview
I shared my thoughts on designing in the browser with the folks at Treehouse. TLDR; it depends, but get out of Photoshop as quickly as possible.
03 Jul, 2013
Keynote Benchmark Interview
I had a wonderful chat with Keynote about the performance implications of responsive web design and how to treat performance as design.
03 Jul, 2013
Creative Briefs Podcast
I had a blast talking to AIGA Pittsburgh on the Creative Briefs Podcast about so many things: my hatred of the word “creative” (as a noun), art, music, web design, future friendly, qr codes, and so much more. I’m really […]
24 Jun, 2013
On Unfinished Business Podcast
I had the extreme pleasure to chat with Andy Clarke on the Unfinished Business podcast. We talked about a whole slew of stuff: iOS7 redesign, Video for Instagram, what exactly I do for a living, speaking, Pittsburgh, and more! I […]
11 Jun, 2013
Death To Bullshit on the Pagebreak Podcast
Liz Andrade and Niki Brown spent some time discussing my Death To Bullshit Creative Mornings talk on their Pagebreak podcast. It’s cool to see how others interpret these concepts.
10 Jun, 2013
Atomic Design Makes Me Feel Like a Chemist
After only playing with the methodology and Pattern Lab for just a few days, my mind is already blown. This is a really intuitive design system that accounts for all stakeholders in a project: from creator to client. This is […]
07 Jun, 2013
Interview at Smashing Magazine
I had the pleasure of visiting Smashing Magazine‘s offices last week to give a workshop and also speak at a meetup. They sat me down for an interview before everything got started, and I had a wonderful time talking about […]
17 May, 2013
Gov.uk’s Progressive Enhancement Guidelines
They link to my For a Future-Friendly Web ALA article. That makes me extremely happy.