Three new projects mark the first wave of mobile updates since joining Behance as Sr Designer / Head of Mobile. We’ve done some exciting foundational work for the mobile future of Behance while releasing major updates for long time users of the platform.
I built my first responsive website nearly two years ago, and Responsive Web Design has matured immensely in that time. Every week there is a new tool, framework or design pattern pushing the field forward. In light of the daunting amount of information on the topic I put together my personal RWD toolkit. I’ll be [...]
It’s a few days late, but I refuse to be the only blogger without a seasonal “best of” blog post. Here are my top 5 blog post of 2012, pulled from Google Analytics with posts that are no longer relevant filtered out by me. Three of the five posts here outline major themes from my [...]
My last project from Atlantic Records, a responsive redesign of the Trey Songz website, was featured on the Web Design Served site and in the Adweek Talent Gallery. Web Design Served features the top work from the web design and user interface design fields. Each featured project is hand picked from the Behance Network’s curatorial [...]
I’ve been working at Behance for about a month now, and the last few projects I began while at Atlantic Records have launched. 4 projects in all – two websites, an iOS game and the first Spotify App for an Atlantic artist. I’ve tried to clearly break down my role in each project and have [...]
This is a simple audit of css sizing and spacing for key elements on a few popular mobile websites. I looked at Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Ebay and Amazon. While the values for almost everything vary across the sites there were a few consistencies.
The first website I designed was for a band. I remember buying HTML for Dummies my freshman year of college and and deploying my site on Geocities. Before this moment, design had just existed in my life and I certainly had never thought of it as a career. A few months later I changed my [...]
I receive a few emails every month asking how I built this website, or a specific piece of functionality on this site. Here is a list (which I plan on updating regularly) with the most common questions.
Shadow is a new beta product from Adobe that aims to simplify the testing of mobile websites on iOS and Android devices. Shadow broadcasts a website from the Chrome desktop browser to Android or iOS enabling realtime debugging on the device.