A successful project starts with a complete understanding of the design process on both sides. If you’ve ever had trouble explaining your design process to clients, using a metaphor will help you get to a deep understanding quickly, without having to go into too much confusing technical detail.
Posts by Matt Herron
If you’ve started a new business venture lately—or even thought about starting one—you may have asked yourself if your venture needs a website to accompany its launch. Here’s your answer.
Like the body, the mind can also grow and develop through training. But while many of us attend to the needs of our body by exercising regularly and eating right, fewer people recognize “the need to train our minds in the same manner.”
A native of Atlanta, Chris’ role at Highgroove was designed with developers in mind. His job is to keep developers “happy and productive”—a task that, while not small, benefits clients and developers alike.
Matt is hunting down the coolest devs to talk about life and coding. This dev talk features Eric Meyer, who has been writing about and working on the web for 20 years.
Matt is hunting down the coolest devs to talk about life and coding. This dev talk features Thomas Reynolds, Technical Lead at Instrument, a large digital agency based in Portland, OR.
Matt is hunting down the coolest devs to talk about life and coding. The first in a series, this dev talk features Dave Rupert, lead developer at Paravel and co-host of the ATX Web Show podcast.
We talk shop a lot. But we never talk about the work itself, the creative process. Do we know how creativity actually works? Learn what modern research has uncovered and how that can help you do your job.
There’s simply not enough humor in our industry.
So we decided to commission a comic strip.
The contest is over! Find out who the winners were inside, and what else happened when we launched the June 2012 redesign.