4 Principles That Lead To Better Design Decisions

I haven’t always made good decisions in life. At times the only way I could make a decision was to fail to make one. I wanted to know in advance the outcomes of the decisions I might make and without any way to determine those outcomes, felt paralyzed by the decision making process. Fortunately I no longer do that.
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Thoughts For Turning Vague Descriptions Into A Concept And Context For Your Design

A couple of months ago Peter commented on my post about design and context and asked whether or not you can really know if you’ve defined the right context for a design. He also wondered if it would be hard to define given you’ll likely start with vague words like professional, young, and dynamic. I wanted to address his concerns and answer both questions focusing mainly on the second.
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Statistics Speak — Improved Design Leads To More Visitor Engagement

A few months back when I talked about the redesign of this site, I mentioned some goals I had and how they might be measured through analytics. I meant to share some of those statistics before now, but now it is.
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Twas The Night Before Responsive

A few years ago when publishing on Christmas Eve, I decided to have a little fun and rewrite the poem Twas the night before Christmas as Twas the night before Google. This year I’m once again publishing on Christmas Eve and I thought why not rewrite the poem yet again? This time with responsive design as the subtext.
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Review Of The New Mobile Book From Smashing Magazine

Do you understand today’s mobile landscape? How about the landscape of tomorrow? Are you comfortable building and optimizing responsive sites? Do you have a process in place that communicates to clients the dynamic nature of your design? And finally do you know how to take advantage of the touch interfaces found on most mobile devices?
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