[Niklas Roy] built a windmill-powered music box for his backyard, and it was so awesome all the neighbors wanted to take a picture of it. Someone even liked it so much that he stole [Niklas]’s windmill in the middle of the night. (We kind of don’t blame them, it’s a gorgeously clean build.) In the…
In case you missed it, prices on 3D printers have hit an all time low. The hardware is largely standardized and the software is almost exclusively open source, so it makes sense that eventually somebody was going to start knocking these things out cheap. There are now many 3D printers available for less than $300…
Edited by Nicolas Nova and Joël Vacheron – Dadabot, An Introduction to Machinic Creolization | Neural — HyperHouse
[Letto su Neural.it] La cultura algoritmica, ovvero la cultura espressa da sistemi automatizzati e in particolare basati su software, ha iniziato solo di recente ad accaparrarsi una certa attenzione, quando le sue conseguenze sociali, culturali ed economiche hanno iniziato a diventare chiaramente percepibili. Il movimento della software art tra la fine degli anni novanta ed […]
A lot of people think responsive web design is just about squeezing and stretching. It is much more than that – It’s about delivering one website numerous ways depending on screen size, platform and orientation.
Your website does not need the intricate design and performance of a desktop site on a mobile device. Mobile users may not need some of the content and functionality of desktop when viewing your site on their smaller screens. They express different behaviors and needs than your desktop users. For example, many mobile users do not appreciate navigating numerous pages just to find your phone number or address. They will quickly exit your site for a competitor’s more responsive and user friendly website. We’re talking smooth CSS, media queries, flexible grids & layouts and intuition as essential ingredients to creating a state-of-the-art RWD that your users would enjoy.
Here are some RWD best practices to help…
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Readers: Each week, I receive one or two data visualization examples from you folks out in the trenches. Bethany Emerson, Outreach Specialist at Ghergich & Co., sent me an interesting infographic on color theory. Bethany states: We teamed up with Quill to create an infographic on color theory. We cover important terms and principles of color […]
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