Archive for November, 2007

Paul Rand Tribute Video

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

Without content, there’s no form. And without form, there’s no content. A work of art is realized, when form and content are indistinguishable.

Very classy Paul Rand tribute video. Bonobo fans (like myself) might recognize the beginning music (Marra Bossa by Jazz Juice, which he remixed on an album).

Understanding Web Design

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

Understanding Web Design

We get better design when we understand our medium. Yet even at this late cultural hour, many people don’t understand web design. Among them can be found some of our most distinguished business and cultural leaders, including a few who possess a profound grasp of design—except as it relates to the web.

Jeffrey Zeldman writes a very insightful A List Apart article on the role of web design in the grand scheme of life, and the challenges and tasks we face. Oh, and write down this quote, because it will be around for a while:

Web design is the creation of digital environments that facilitate and encourage human activity; reflect or adapt to individual voices and content; and change gracefully over time while always retaining their identity.

(Thanks, Stylespion)

DebugBar 5: New CSS Debugging for IE

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

DebugBar 5Ever since the releases of the Web Developer and Firebug extensions in Firefox, things in the world of CSS and HTML work have become a lot easier. Sadly, a lot of what will work in almost all browsers still massively messes up in Internet Explorer. Knowing a few things about IE like hasLayout helps a lot, but sometimes even those fixes don’t work and you’re left trying out every conceivable hack known to man. Wouldn’t it be great to have something like Firebug in IE? Apparently Jean-Fabrice Rabaute thought so too, so he’s releasing DebugBar 5. Someone give this man a cigar.

How Much Advertisers Pay For Your Attention in NYC

Friday, November 2nd, 2007

GOODmagazine.com explores the various advertising rates in New York City, in a nicely animated video with precisely my current taste in typography and music:


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