There’s a plethora of fascinating films by Charles & Ray Eames. This one illustrates how they created one of their fiberglass shells. I don’t re-post much, but hat tip to Kottke.
The golden boys and girls of the Museum web site community have put together a new blog to share inside information on what it takes to present a collection online. MuseMatic is a co-ordinated effort between the Museum Computer Network and the American Association of Museum’s Media and Technology Committee. While the design of the… Continue reading Museum Inside Information
When Flickr first began, I was intrigued by the hype and set up an account. After loading a few images, I frankly lost interest. I didn’t like the idea of putting a lot of time and energy uploading my work to someone else’s server. I wanted to work with a photo gallery that could be… Continue reading New Flickr Images
I am a frustrated web site designer. In 1996, Creating Killer Web Sites introduced the world to web sites built with artistic merit. While the coding is outdated, this book continues to have a strong impact on my Internet designs. I don’t want to create pages that are strictly functional. I want to create designs… Continue reading post-art