Every feature has some maintenance cost, and having fewer features lets us focus on the ones we care about and make sure they work very well.
- David Karp, Tumblr
I think that understanding the story of the business—the story of the people—is really important for our engineers. They don’t want to just hear, ‘Oh, I found 20 bugs.’ But if I can tell them a story that makes sense to them, that’s a more effective way to get at the problem.” -Andy Santamaria, Squarehttp://www.fastcompany.com/3008435/creative-conversations/squares-man-street-desperately-wants-know-people-behind-your-business
Try not to cry while watching this. I dare you.
Nice hinting on form field requirements from the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Not so much on the captcha!
New BAM site.
Slavery’s last stronghold: Mauritania’s endless sea of and dunes hides an open secret: An estimated 10% to 20% of the world’s population lives in slavery.
The subject matter is tragic but it is one most the most beautiful websites I’ve seen. No distractions from the content, strong typography, large photos, attractive layout. CNN did a wonderful job.
Designing Through Adversity
by Aaron Irizarry