Over the weekend, when we had some really nice weather, I was walking along with my camera and just stopped to take some quick images of the sky and clouds. I have selected the six best images, and zipped them up, for you to download and use as you like.
Monthly Archives: April 2009
London 2012 Coin Design Competition
I knew of this competition only a week or so ago, after a full page advert in the newspaper with a blank 50p.
I was immediately excited about the possibility of having a design made into an actual coin, and before visiting the site sketched out some ideas.
Five Simple Steps
When I heard that Mark Boulton was releasing a book, called A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web I was immediately interested. However, it was originally only available as a PDF. Continue reading
Are We Too Connected?
I just thought about this whilst checking work emails at the weekend. Are we too connected? Now I agree that being able to access everything, all the time is a wonderful thing, but by emailing on a Saturday, or weeknight, are we creating a 24hr culture for ourselves?
Do you have to make a consious effort to not check emails over the weekend or just finish off that markup before going to bed?
I am sure that a lot of the self-employed people are thinking “that’s nothing new” but is it something you feel obliged to do, or do you feel it adds value to your service to be contactable throughout the week.
This is probably the least constructed blog post to date, but I would like to hear your thoughts on the situation.
FootyTweets Receives Cease & Desist
As you may know, I designed the FootyTweets website with Ollie Parsley, and he recently received a Cease & Desist letter.
The site has around 17,000 subscribers, and sends thousands of visitors to the football teams official sites every day.
I would really appreciate it if you could leave a comment, digg, blog or tweet about this unfortunate sitatuation