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September 29, 2011

Web Design

Free ebook – Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS ‘An evolving guide to CSS architecture for sites small and large.’ –

Developers respond to Adobe Muse:

‘The response to Adobe’s new web-design app, codenamed Muse, has been, at best, divided. Adobe group product manager Danielle Beaumont claims less developer-centric communities and Muse’s forum have reacted in “overwhelmingly positive” fashion, but that’s not what we’re hearing. The majority of developers and designers we’ve talked to argue that Muse is proof Adobe has lost its way, doesn’t understand web design and web designers, and has created software that could damage the future of the web.’

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Web Technologies Need an Owner by Joe Hewitt:

‘Many people seem to assume that the Web will one day become the one and only client computing platform on Earth, therefore it must not be controlled by anyone. This is a dangerous assumption. The HTML, CSS, and JavaScript triumvirate are just another platform, like Windows and Android and iOS, except that unlike those platforms, they do not have an owner to take responsibility for them.’

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Speaking of Animation – John Lasseter – Tricks to Animating Characters with a Computer – SIGGRAPH ’94

On Kickstarter – The Firefighter Dan Show – Safety Tips. An Animation project by Tim Saguinsin


Wacom Illustration Techniques With Patrick LaMontagne

The Sketchbook Project

‘Thousands of sketchbooks will be exhibited at galleries and museums as they make their way on tour across the world.
After the tour, all sketchbooks will enter into the permanent collection of The Brooklyn Art Library, where they will be barcoded and available for the public to view.
Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can be a part of the project. To participate and have us send you a sketchbook that will go on tour, start by choosing a theme to the right.’

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Social Media

Facebook’s Eerie Goal: Why Timeline Changes Everything