Ryan describes the research and process behind putting together a device lab for Happy Cog in Austin. Good stuff, with handy links gathered together at the end.
Hexadecimal colours and their corresponding dictionary definitions. Cute.
An excellent rebuttal by Steven Pinker to Nicholas Carr's usual trolling.
Matt gets an opportunity to use the Chernoff effect for visualising school data.
"Nikon, the racist camera" (sing it to the tune of Flight of the Concords' "Albi, the racist dragon").
Follow along as Happy Cog document the process of redesigning the Mozilla website.
This year's SXSW is shaping up to be a lot of fun. Here's "a karaoke competition and party for people who lover the web... and karaoke."
Like Shazam, but for fonts. Snap a picture of some text on your iPhone and this app will phone home to the WhatTheFont mothership in order to identify it for you.
An interesting look at the way our brains responds to changes in our environment ...with video.
A detailed look at the troubled history of George Lakoff, the father of conceptual metaphor.
I saw Steven Pinker give a talk recently and he spent a fair amount of time talking about swearing. He has written up that part of the talk into an article for the New Republic.
Your brain is hardwired to respond to the shape of a face.
Apparently I look like Lee Harvey Oswald and Keanu Reeves. Whoa! Cameron Adams, on the other hand, looks like a bunch of girls (a bunch of hot girls, admittedly).
New kids on the block.
Podcast interview: Greg Hoy of Happy Cog Philadelphia.
Happy Cog redesigns Dictionary.com and its siblings.
Happy Cog Philadelphia goes to Ireland.
Flickr photo set, AIGA card sorting exercise.
Participating in a card-sorting exercise for the AIGA redesign.
Designed by Happy Cog.
Design review by Jay Small.
The book that changed how websites are designed is back in a smart new second edition.