I wanted to write such a letter long time ago and did not have the time until I actually had to write down some general guidelines for a project so I decided to copy here the email I sent to a real designer I had the chance to meet (removing any reference to real projects we worked on). Here it is, guidelines for a better programmer-designer relationship.
Today I will try to talk about my experience as a freelancer that uses Titanium for all his mobile projects and how to build your career around the community.
For those of you webdevelopers who have 1 hour to spare I am offering this Chris Heilmann talk at Fronteers 2010 in Amsterdam. I promise you it’s funny, engaging, motivating and it will make you feel good to be a part of the web world
Sir Ken Robinson gave 2 very funny and impressive TED talks about revolutionizing the education (one in 2006 & one in 2010) and we got so excited about these that we decided to post them here and share them with you. In case you don’t know TED you might wanna check more talks and ideas on their website.
2006 – Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity
2010 – Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!
It’s Friday, I was thinking to have a little fun and offer you this brand new multibrowser addon to create pixel-perfect layouts based on a horizontal grid.
We will also think about a vertical one, or mixing vertical and horizontal grids to bring some happiness into designers’ world
Suggestions and improvements are welcome and much appreciated.
Tweet I have recently discovered an interesting blog and while reading one of its posts I firmly believed Julio, the author, read my mind. I translated it with his help and with the help of Alex & Gillian Meldrum and here it is for you to read and enjoy. When quoting for work, we seem [...]