You are looking at the third version of White Heat Design. It’s taken a while but I’m finally happy with my own website….for once.
I had an interesting discussion with some friends the other day about how much as a generation we’ve come to rely on third parties to look after our data and what happens to our digital footprint once we’re no more.
For literally years I’ve been playing with different tools for bookmarking and moodboarding. I’ve tried pretty much everything going – Imagespark, Delicious, Diigo, Pinterest, Zootool, Evernote and the rest. Finally! I have a solution…
Last week I designed another new website. It uses a lot of techniques considered to be modern best practice – a HTML5, responsive framework, CSS3 styling, media queries and a CSS3 animation just for some extra visual interest. It was fun and it was rewarding.
We have just launched a new arm to our business. MailStrike is a one-stop email marketing application that allows you to send custom-designed HTML emails to your subscriber and customer lists.
Believe it or not, there’s an art to cropping larger images properly and in a way that doesn’t make the image look…well…rubbish. In this post I’m going to talk about the aesthetics of well composed images and the importance of cropping to the strengths of the image.