Small, Flawed, Wonderful.

So I read in a book that in some circles/places, there exists the idea that visiting huge art fairs is superior to visiting small, independent galleries. What a strange thought, no? In essence, that is a statement that stems from the idea that “bigger is better”. Personally, that is something I don’t agree with. Yes, […]

Having Fun with Web Design (Again).

Web design has come to the point when it has lost its innocence and became too structured for my liking. Worse, the increasingly complicated technologies has created such a high hurdle that it seems web design is now out of bounds for everyone but the professionals…

Examining the Web as a Medium.

The Web is both the sum of the infrastructure supporting it and its public face, the webpage or the web app. In this post, I’ll examine the position of the Web as a medium of communication through the webpage, and determine what it is that makes it different from other media before it. First, The […]

The Discipline of Innovation.

Every form of organization has its quirks and limitations, just as it has its strengths. In a company that’s flat (and probably small), there’s little obstacles placed before innovation and experimentation. Ideas are easily shared among team members, and one can decide in no time whether or not to implement or test out an idea. […]

We are Changing the World, Right Now.

When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading fairy tales and fables, like Arabian Nights and Grimm’s Fairy Tales. To me, those were fantastic worlds of boundless imagination, though of course I hadn’t an inkling of where these stories came from. To my young mind, I’m sure, these stories were “just there”, perhaps dropped onto […]