Part 2 of my presidential campaign site review series (Hillary was the first) finds us staring into the guts of the Edwards effort. We have clicked through the initial splash page, dodging the listserv sign-up and chose instead to enter the site.
I’m puzzled at the lack of photography on the main page....Continue Reading
Part one of my review of the top presidential campaign sites starts with Hillary Clinton's (exploratory committee) site .
As I've mentioned in a past post, this site impresses me with its lack of fluff and solid design. The red, white and blue palette is toned down for a less giddy experience....Continue Reading
We’ve heard a lot so far about the 2008 presidential sites focused on Web features and content. What we haven’t really discussed yet is the look and feel of these sites. So here’s my take on the 2008 presidential sites…from a designer’s perspective....Mitt Romney, The Exploratory Committee 2008. Continue Reading
As a designer, I’ve struggled as how to best contribute to our blog. Most web design articles speak to people who aren’t designers and tend to focus on the obvious. I don’t intend to add to that.
So I decided to attempt a redesign of the USA Today homepage as companion piece to our recommendations to the newspaper industry....Continue Reading
The first ten years of the Internet are over. The web is no longer a new thing. It is an ingrained part of our lives.Studies show that users form their first impression about a website in 1/20th of a second. What are they going to think if that time is spent watching Flash animation load?...Continue Reading