Less is More

There was a time when I considered myself to be just a nerdy, introverted, quiet designer who had a hard time relating to my non-webbie human counterparts. Then I attended my first web conference, SXSW 2007 and it really changed my perspective. I met a lot of designers and developers who I considered to be celebrities in their respective fields, most of whom were very approachable and genuinely happy to get to know a fellow web nerd. When I say that attending SXSW changed my perspective, what I mean is that it made me realize that I have a lot in common with anyone who works on designing and building the web…

The Beautiful Web

Last week I had an opportunity to give a talk about design to 25 people here in Columbia and then again the very next day in Atlanta to a group of about 100 web designers, developers, & marketers. Most of the talks that I’ve given in the past have focused… 

Guest Lecture

I really, really enjoyed seeing Web design education take the spotlight in Issue No. 276 of A List Apart. It’s a topic that I feel strongly about and one that doesn’t get nearly enough attention from those of us working in the industry. While I’ve had the pleasure of meeting… 

Pre-Jam Work Session

It’s hard to believe that I’ll be speaking at the Webmaster Jam Session tomorrow afternoon when I have so much work left to get done today. Before I head to the airport (around 4pm), I have to create a logo, put some finishing touches on a site that’s supposed to… 

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