Jon gives some insight into how and why we use pattern portfolios as deliverables at Clearleft.
I’m going to miss having Harry around at Clearleft. Sounds like he might miss Clearleft too:
What I’ve loved about Clearleft is that it’s just so different to any other agency I’ve worked at. There’s no company process – everyone’s encouraged to experiment and try different techniques to suit the client’s needs. There’s hardly any internal meetings. I’ve never once had a conversation about my billing efficiency. The focus is on quality, and profitability is almost seen as a by-product. You’re encouraged to share your learnings externally rather than keep them in-house. Everyone’s trusted and given a lot of independence.
The latest Clearleft product will be like having an intensive set of discovery, collaboration, and exploration workshops in a box. Perfect for startups and other small businesses short on time or budget.
It starts in Spring but you can register your interest now.
James’s notes from the most recent Hack Farm show that, even without a finished product, there were a lot of benefits.
A fascinating blog documenting the secrecy around nuclear weaponry, past and present, by Alex Wellerstein of the American Institue of Physics.
This cold-war era soviet manual for post-nuclear life is as fascinating as it is horrifying.
I’m really pleased to be working with Bobbie on Matter.
Andy gives his thoughts on this year’s dConstruct. He does a good job of explaining what to expect, and—more importantly—what not to expect.
Josh and Michelle have been hard at work making this responsive theme for Shopify. It’s quite lovely.
A beautiful and disturbing piece of data visualisation. The numbers are quite astonishing.
Nik demos the neat interactions in Realmac’s latest piece of iOS software in this cute little video.
Thanks to the fact that 10% of Silverback’s profits go to the Dian Fossey Foundation, Rifa got to meet Sigourney Weaver. Nice!
On the two-year anniversary of his arrival at Clearleft, Paul takes a look at where the craft of web design is today and where it’s heading tomorrow.
A nice overview of the increasing importance of UX on the web, written by Bobbie with soundbites from Andy.
A demo reel for the proposed solution to a very, very, very long term problem.
Trying to design a warning message for future generations, without relying on language, writing or current semiotics.
We considered ourselves to be a powerful culture. This place is not a place of honor…no highly esteemed deed is commemorated here… nothing valued is here. What is here is dangerous and repulsive to us.
A great presentation by Andy on the use of progressive enhancement at Clearleft.
An excellent overview of the evolution of the St. Paul's School website from David Smith, noting an increasing emphasis on mobile usage.
Monstrously beautiful images, accompanied by an eye-witness audio account.
A few notes on the recent re-align of the Radio 4 website by Clearleft.
My pedagogic colleagues from N'orn Irelan' asked me twelve questions. I answered.
Natalie has put up the slides and video from her excellent Girl Geek Dinner talk on CSS in The Eagle last week.
Andy answers some questions about Clearleft's way of working.
"Now, there are signs â€œRADIOACTIVITYâ€� written with big white letters on the approaching paths to the structure but they donâ€™t stop the abandoned exotics lovers."
There will be an evening games in the foyer of the Clearleft office building on Thursday, August 21st.
Garrett's in-depth look at Silverback, the Mac app that we've been cooking up at Clearleft.
An interview with Relly who, in case you didn't know, is a kick-ass copy writer.
Having left web accessibility behind him, Joe camps out at the Clearleft office where he immediately turns into a wanker designer.
While I was at XTech in Paris, Ian Forrester took me aside for an interview about microformats. Here's the video of our little chat.
Good news everyone! ClearType is turned on by default in IE7.