I’m basically reblogging his post, just with my own comments. When least unnecessary. (That phrase is confusing, but accurate)
I especially loved Rudiger Trost’s 365-day blog. I don’t know if it’s just the splash page of close-up, colorful or clever pictures, or the translucent fuchsia logo in the upper left-hand corner, but, in a word, to me, it’s…refreshing. Like visual orange juice every day.
This was from a feature on website sliders, but what I really liked was the chubby, feminine font.
Ah, Puma. Smart design choices. I would love to get lost in this place. Hopefully, with a thousand dollars.
It is a cheery color.
I. Am. Very. Fortunate. To have come across the whole universe of Interaction Design. Yes, it is going to be a widely popular (and, potentially, overused and abused) field in the next decade. But, Lord, please, please help me ride the crest of the first wave, if ever. I will work hard. Finally, something that marries my interest in technical psychology or neuroscience tidbits and design for better usage. Great professional site/blog from Stephen Anderson. Wise, wise man. I will have to start a consumer culture Rockstars series.
I don’t know anything about web design yet, but this just seems convenient off the bat.