For a while I’ve been using the Sage feed reader to keep up on my RSS/Atom feeds. I like it quite a bit – it’s an extension to Firefox, so it’s easy to install, as well very simple to use. Continue reading “Updating the Sage RSS Reader”
Occasionally I get excited about working on orum.com. Now is one of those times, and I’ve made a few changes that I like. Continue reading “Some updates to this site”
If you want really great all-around service, you’re going to have to pay a lot. That’s all there is to it. You might be able to find some companies that offer great service in a narrowly-defined box, but many companies and individuals want pervasive great service. And that’s going to cost, because great service is time-consuming and expensive.
Beyond everyone’s favorite game of “what’s your favorite color?” there’s an actual science behind color selection. For some, color selection really is arbitrary (what’s your favorite color), while for designers it’s a thoughtful process. Whichever way colors are chosen, they will mean different things, and elicit different reactions in people. Continue reading “Colors aren’t arbitrary”
As an addendum to my previous post (“Paying for Design”), a key part of getting a good design is following through. Continue reading “Following Through with Design”