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CMYK and the Magical Illusion of Colour

There's isn't much to add to the above GIF, other than that I think it's a really cleverly designed and demonstrated concept. The idea of CMYK printing is nothing new to me; I've been interested in […]

Month in Media: January 2017 [#5]

Month in media is an archived project, now with a permanent home in the Reviews section. Films, TV shows, books, video games, and other media watched, read, or played in January 2017.

A New Mozilla [#4]

Mozilla's new logo, for me, is a rebrand done extremely well. The moment I saw the design the concept struck me as clever, appropriate and intelligent. Styling the "ill" part of their name to mimic […]

Rating my Opinion [#3]

How do you determine quantitative worth for a de facto subjective experience? Is there even any point? Can you make related "values" actually relatable if those "values" are arguably […]

Trakting My Media

I am an […]

Scrobbling Movies [#2]

I find it slightly bizarre how popular Last.fm has become over time. I understand that the service now offers a plethora of features, including some powerful music discovery tools, yet at the core […]

Month in Media: December 2016

Month in media is an archived project, now with a permanent home in the Reviews section. Films, TV shows, books, video games, and other media watched, read, or played in December 2016.

The New 52: A Challenge [#1]

Well it's a new year and that means a new challenge: The New […]

Cards Against Clarity

The concept of "card based" web design has been around for at least three years now. So why is it that the following quote from Khoi Vinh, written back in 2014, still appears to be a fundamental […]

Scrobbling from the Void

Looking back over what I've previously written about Last.fm is a little, well, shameful. Since as long ago as July 2015 I've been noting how the service has a large void: analog music. I love having […]

Doth the Bell Toll for Zurb?

Today's lunch started no differently to any other. Grab some food, open Internet Explorer (I know, it's not by choice...) and fire up theOldReader to chip away at the ever mounting pile in my inbox. […]

Hamlions and the Importance of Colour

The Logo Smith recently reblogged a selection of fun, quirky and often informative infographics put together by Stephen Wildish. Amongst them are some very interesting illustrations […]

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