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My half of the @Media 2007 High-Noon Shootout, co-presented with Drew McLellen. There was no fold.

My half of the @Media 2007 High-Noon Shootout, co-presented with Drew McLellen. There was no fold.

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    High Noon Shoot Out - Design High Noon Shoot Out - Design Presentation Transcript

    • High-Noon Shoot-out Design Simon Collison erskinedesign.com / colly.com
    • A campaign for... • Common sense approaches • Designing with fewer restrictions • Creating attractive user experiences • Taking risks • Trying to actually enjoy what we do
    • Limitations If it were 1976 there would be a punk revolution
    • • Time scale, budget & client vision • Platforms & agents • Research & resources • Accessibility & usability • Content management system
    • “Although using tables for layout will normally result in hair loss, after several hours pondering the semantics of the navigation information I decided that it was in fact tabular information.” - Andy Clarke www.stuffandnonsense.co.uk/malarkey/more/hello May 11th 2007
    • Why does the internet have to be so bloody perfect when other more established media falls so short?
    • “Aaayyhh...”
    • Hicks Design
    • “I like to Use It, Use It...”
    • Fight The Power! The hardware and software manufacturers should just learn to work together to deliver standard accessibility features throughout their products and save us from having to worry about every single move we make
    • Preserving Visual Design Integrity
    • 10 Visual Design is not complex engineering
    • 09 Design interfaces visually - and don’t be afraid to take risks
    • 08 Reserve the right to veto the decisions of “technologists”
    • 07 Think, build and design organically
    • 06 Don’t pander to personal preferences
    • 05 Deliver a rich, considered visual experience for all
    • 04 Be expressive with web typography
    • 03 Layout decisions are the preserve of the designer
    • 02 Visual design makes the first impression - respect it!
    • 01 Build everything with Flash!
    • Your choice
    • Thanks, Comrades! This manifesto will be online at www.colly.com/atmedia2007/