The Index: Issue #18
Welcome back! Our pick this week has to be the Prime Video brand refresh. It’s stunning work by the legendary folks at Pentagram.
The Index: Issue #17
Welcome back! Our pick this week is the “Twentieth year of WordPress, Designed” article. We’re WordPress super fans, so may be biased though 👀
The art of the demo
Nothing enhances written content quite like a well-crafted demo, or collection of demos. They don't have to be complex either — in fact, it’s better if they’re not complex. The most important thing is that good quality demos can help people really get what you're trying to explain, especially if reading isn't the most effective way for them to learn.
The Index: Issue #16
We hope you enjoy this issue’s collection of delightful links. Our favourite this week has to be Chris Coyier’s “Other People’s Busted Software is an Opportunity”, which highlights the importance of stability (and user-focused design).
The Index: Issue #15
Happy Monday! We've got a great combination of interesting articles and lovely visuals this week. Our favourite is probably Glasgow Print Fair. It's a great demonstration how simplicity enhances stunning look and feel work, while making the page super fast.
The Index: Issue #14
Welcome back! We’ve had a short break while we’ve been iterating (we’re big into that) on what this newsletter is all about. Using a combination of analytics data from our email provider and qualitative research, we’re making some format changes. Instead of the focus of the newsletter being about stunning websites, we’re flipping it to […]
Some delightful client feedback
Something I insist on doing is getting feedback from clients at the end of projects. It's not just because I like reading kind words about the studio, but more that it helps us improve how we do things here. In this post, I share some really positive feedback from a recent client that we're really proud of.
The Index: Issue #13
It’s lucky issue #13 of The Index this week and our focus is websites that really push the boundaries to produce a truly creative and interactive experience.
The Index: Issue #12
It's all about restaurants and food places in this issue. Food is a great context to get super creative and these sites do exactly that.
The Index: Issue #11
In this issue, we're focusing on more minimal websites because you certainly can do less with more. Consider it a palate cleanser after a few issues of very animated websites.