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My blog. You are welcome to read my views about design, user experience, lettering, font design and typography.


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When style guides are documentation done wrong

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If you would ask me which topic I would recommend to get an article written up for your blog which people might ignore right away I would probably think for a moment and recommend something like "anything about documentation" along with half a dozen other topi…

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From hero to zero - tales from above the fold

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It is no secret: Heroes are everywhere. In Marvel films, in comic books, in newspapers, and yes, on websites. The huge images with a bit of text on them. So are they serving website owners well in their function as super heroes? Who doesn’t like a good hero?…

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Why bundles with design assets are worthless after a while

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The internet is full of sites selling bundles with design assets and fonts. It is an amazing thing to watch how these sites crank out deals every week or so and chuck more and more assets in a bundle. And these cost you only as much as two lattes. But are thes…

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The blog which got neglected culpably

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Today I would like to write about the fact that I have not been writing for quite some time. As a matter of fact I am by far not the only one to stop writing after a while. Blogs tend to get ignored and forgotten When you surf the web you come across them all…

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Why designers and frond-end developers should talk more often

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Learnings from 3 years of working on major shop relaunches Try walking in my shoes Imagine you are a designer Here is a typical situation designers come across: They have carefully designed and crafted layouts, polished buttons, took care of shadows and many o…