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From iOS7 to websites, there’s evidence everywhere we look that flat isn’t going anywhere. However, flat doesn’t mean there’s no dimension. In fact, a number of these 24 sites have a lot of depth and … Read the full article

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Last month the Leap Motion Controller shipped to customers, making headway in the quest for affordable gestural control tech. Now the reviews are pouring in. Leap Motion’s co-founder and CEO says his company is “committed … Read the full article

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Editor’s note: the following is a guest post by Jenny Li, who spent this past summer with us as an intern. She is starting her senior year of high school, and will afterwards be continuing her … Read the full article

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Choosing the right color scheme is essential to your website’s success. Your layout and other design choices — including font — should be developed in concert with your color scheme, which can ensure readability, cohesiveness, … Read the full article

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At Digital Telepathy we value artisanry. We aspire to infuse each and every pixel we design with meaning and craft. This means paying attention to the details; the small stuff that makes a big impact. … Read the full article

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As the coinage of responsive design (a.k.a. RWD) approaches its three year anniversary, many of us find ourselves reflecting what we’ve experimented with and learned within these few years. Well, for starters we’ve learned that the … Read the full article

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