About

For many people electronic screens have already supplanted paper as the primary medium for gathering and absorbing information. This trend will only accelerate. That's a challenge for designers, for whom the hard-learned lessons of print are often not easily left behind.

Some of those lessons still matter, some don’t. I’ve been trained in classic graphic design disciplines, but I’ve grown up with screens. I taught myself core web programming skills before I left school, and in the last seven years have been investigating rigorously how design really works in digital environments.

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soft/harsh

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Melted OS X

Typography

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I have started work on a series of studies of typography on the screen generated by code.

The work is inspired by Emil Ruder's book “Typographie”. I am interested in the relationship between the ruleset the typographer-programmer can write, and the machines interpretation of those rules.

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Corrupt type

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On “flat design”

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Don't put solutions before the problem.

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