I get a bad feeling in the pit of my stomach when I have to tell someone that there is something deeply wrong with their website—especially when I know that it is too late to fix it. I hate that feeling. And I felt it twice recently.
Animation can help inform user about changes in your app. And the View Transitions API makes adding animations easier than ever.
In our latest Cloud Four Spotlight, I had the pleasure of speaking with Andrew Berkowitz, a seasoned entrepreneur who has achieved remarkable success in his career. From founding TeamSnap to navigating its growth, overseeing various roles, and eventually moving on to his current venture, Suggestion Ox, Andrew brings a wealth of experience and insights to the table.
Deep in the W3C HTML Design Principles spec, there’s a crucial detail that we at Cloud Four use as our north star in the course of our work. We’ve written about…
AI content generation is appealing but not always accurate.
When designing or building software, give careful thought to default values because people will end up using them.
"Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist." — Falsely attributed to Pablo Picasso
When I was starting out as a web designer, few experiences inspired me as much as Gorillaz’ official website in the early-to-mid aughts.
"Swoop-and-poop" refers to when you're nearing the end of a project or task, and at the last minute, an important decision-maker swoops in and lets you know that you're on the wrong track.
Responsive design sprints are a significantly better way to design and build for today's web than the traditional web design process. We provide the receipts. Unfortunately, not every organization can adopt this responsive design sprints. Why is that and what can be done about it?