July 31, 2010 Comments Off on Your Code Sucks
So, when I hear that someone has looked at someone else’s code base and determined that it sucked I smile and remember what it was like to be so new and sure of myself.
July 30, 2010 Comments Off on View from Kicking Horse Gondola
This is one of the views from the top of the Kicking Horse gondola. You can see mountains from six national parks from here. Spectacular.
July 20, 2010 Comments Off on FontFonter
July 19, 2010 Comments Off on Sometimes the message is just the message
Sometimes the message is just the message. It might not have an inner meaning that can be brought forward (think of a letterhead for a metal-works business or an advert for an accountant — often dry, huh?). But this doesn’t mean that order can’t be given and brought forward. Sizes of type should be deliberate so that it is clear what is important and what’s to be read first, then second, third and so on. Whatever is on the page should be deliberately and thoughtfully put in its place.
July 17, 2010 Comments Off on Outsmarting the Facebook Lobster Trap
Always look for ways to pull people out of the lobster trap and into the greater connective commons. Use Facebook as an entry point into other, more broadly connective media, never the other way around
Includes a great list of points for how to make the most of facebook.