It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m always exploring what’s possible in web design and development. (It’s my job. It’s what I do.) But as of late, my search has focused on finding examples of deep, experiential websites built without Flash… because if the “Flash is dead” version of the future is the right one, I want to know what kind of world it will be. So here’s a good head-to-head comparison of a Flash site and non-Flash site which both happen to be touting the same product.
So, I have noticed a lot of sites lately that use augmented reality. And although most are using it for fun and humor I have seen some uses that seem to make it much more informative and useful. One article that I came across recently on Gizmodo really shows a very practical and useful way… Read more »
As a Designer, I understand that you want to deliver the best visual experience to visitors in order to achieve your marketing goal. As a Developer I also understand that you have to optimize that experience as well so they actually stick around as long as possible. But lately I have to wonder if internet… Read more »
I have a bone to pick with ADWEEK about this article, “Digital Shops Embrace Cheap Chic.” For all the good points made by Mr. Morrissey and the agency execs he interviewed, it missed the ultimate point: It’s always been about the content. And the tech—whether the deepest Flash or the simplest HTML—should be whatever supports… Read more »