After two years and three other large scale web projects, we’ve just helped University College London launch their Undergraduate Prospectus website. Using the design system we helped create, we have produced four websites that are consistent, user-centric and scalable. In this post, we share five ways we organised the project that made it a success.Continue Reading “Organising a Large Scale Web Project : Five Essentials”
There’s no question that responsive web design is here to stay – online content should be accessible whatever size your screen – and this has been our philosophy at Browser for many years. Most web content, text, images, video, can be resized, reformatted, and rearranged to work extremely well on smaller devices, but how doContinue Reading “How to fix PDF’s and tables in Responsive web design”
There is no doubt, that using Pinterest is trendy. As you can see in the service statistics, there are about 10.4 million registered users along with site development at a rate of 2000%. But is there any chance that Pinterest become useful and inspiring tool? Let me share some of my thoughts from the perspectiveContinue Reading “Pinterest: useless tool or source of inspiration?”
This is a guest post by Chris Kinsey – a Digital Designer for Sixth Story / @sixth_story – a UK based Branding & Communications agency based in Birmingham. He is fuelled by tea and charged with driving strategy and innovation to this forward thinking creative agency. Mobile is certainly the big craze at the moment in theContinue Reading “Mobile: A Serious Contender to the Desktop Computer”
No one reads any more. The long form is dead. Words? Those are for grandpa! It’s all about video, baby! Everything I just said is entirely accurate. And yet it’s all wrong. The King is Dead. Long Live the King.
The encyclopedia at interaction-design.org has just launched and includes video interviews, commentaries, interactive illustrations, and lots more. The encyclopedia deals with Interactive Design, Usability, and User Experience and the heading of the project is “Democratization of Knowledge”: That people from all the far corners of the world can get free access to world-class educational materials.Continue Reading “New Encyclopedia on Interactive Design, Usability and User Experience”