Your First Web Application: From Design to Launch

Last night I had the privilege of speaking at Refresh Detroit about building web applications. Thank you to all the members and attendees of Refresh Detroit, and especially to Deborah, for inviting me. I had a great time as always! Since it’s after the fact, and I think the presentation went fairly well, I’ll admit… Read This Article Read More

My Art Engine, Artisan JS

I was creating a lot of art in Canvas and I found myself having to write a lot of code to do something that should have taken a line or two. So, with that in mind, I built Artisan JS to cut down on the excess code. I approached it from an artistic standpoint, too,… Read This Article Read More

My Design Process and Software

I’ve had the conversation many times about which application I use for web design. For me, it’s not a simple choice between two, it has more to do with the type of project I’m creating. Fireworks as a Starting Point In my case, creating the basic layout is usually at least 100 times faster in… Read This Article Read More

My New Approach to Responsive Design

Responsive Design is the new(ish) buzz phrase right now, and it’s something I doubt will go away anytime soon. And that’s a good thing because it presents what I think is a fine solution to the dilemma we’ve had for some time now, the translation of our content to a variety of screen sizes. The… Read This Article Read More

Interface Design: SynthX, the iPad and Traditional Keyboards

For a long time our view of music production and performance has been based on the physical keyboard of a piano. And why shouldn’t it? It has been the standard for quite a long time. But one of my issues with using a synthesizer on a device like an iPhone, or even a small physical… Read This Article Read More

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