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Where Are The Copy Designers?

Mark Mzyk October 3, 2009

The web is full of designers: visual designers, graphic designers, interaction designers, muppet designers.  I threw in muppet designers to see if you’re paying attention. Designers on the web are experiencing a bit of a revolution that is summed up in a few words: measure everything.  Led by the likes of Google, every click, every […]

Content, Design, and Tufte

Mark Mzyk September 9, 2009

In what now seems like an eternity ago, I saw Nathan Huening of Sprocket House give a talk at Refresh The Triangle back in July on Edward Tufte.  Nathan’s talk was his attempt to highlight Tufte’s main points about design. Looking back, I don’t remember all the points Nathan highlighted, however, at the time the […]

Designing for the Social Web

Mark Mzyk July 27, 2008

Designing for the Social Web is a recently published book written by Joshua Porter, the man behind the the design blog and website Bokardo.  I’ve been reading Bokardo for a while now, and so when Designing for the Social Web became available, I picked up a copy for myself. The book has to be one […]