Posts Tagged ‘open redesign’

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  1. 18 Nov, 2014

    What The Guardian Gained By Redesigning Its Website In The Open

    A fantastic case study of designing in the open. The Guardian attributes a lot of its redesign success to the fact that they were open and sharing the whole way through. This is tremendously inspiring, especially coming from such a […]

  2. 21 Aug, 2014

    Designing an Effective Donate Form

    I reached out to the Pittsburgh Food Bank last year about helping them redesign their website largely because I was having a hard time figuring out how to give them money. So as part of our redesign of the Pittsburgh […]

  3. 27 Nov, 2013

    “Work hard. Don’t be an a**hole. Share what you know.”

    I had a blast talking on the Pencil Vs Pixel podcast about all sorts of stuff: my path, advice on web design, speaking, and sharing what you know.

  4. 18 Nov, 2013

    Scope Components, Not Pages

    Recently, the always-brilliant Scott Jehl wrote a post titled Grade components, not browsers. In his post, Scott explains that grading browser support is an ineffective way of determining what experience a particular device/browser should get. Instead, the Filament Group grades […]

  5. 25 Oct, 2013

    Heinz Foundation: Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

    The Heinz Foundation covered our open redesign of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

  6. 07 Oct, 2013

    Talking Design Process on Unfinished Business

    I had a blast talking with Andy Clarke about the modern Web design process on the Unfinished Business podcast. Andy’s been talking about moving the Web design process forward for years now, and so I had a great time talking […]

  7. 03 Oct, 2013

    Establishing Design Direction

    Design is hard. Aesthetics are subjective, and all the people involved in a design project all have unique perspectives that result in strong opinions about what content and functionality should be prioritized. As part of our open redesign of the […]

  8. 24 Sep, 2013

    Pittsburgh Food Bank Open Redesign

    So Melissa wrote some thoughts about designing in the open, overcoming a designer’s fear of putting all work, warts and all, out in the open. She also talks about the GPCFB’s goals for the projects.

  9. 23 Sep, 2013

    Designing In The Open

    My wife and I are redesigning the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s website, and we’re really excited to be designing the whole thing in the open. I suppose a good place to start is to talk about what designing in […]

  10. 19 Sep, 2013

    Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Open Redesign

    I’m excited to announce that my wife (@minifrost) and I are redesigning the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank website. The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank (GPCFB) serves over 400 food pantries in 11 counties, and their mission to feed the […]