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 […]
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 […]
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 While the coding is outdated, this book continues to have a strong impact on my Internet designs.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 […]