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Notes From The Edge

C9b18d9dff88a9dd2393364c2b3b21bd?s=47 Simon Collison
November 25, 2011

Notes From The Edge

Edge Of The Web, Perth, Australia, July 2011


Simon Collison

November 25, 2011

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  1. Notes From The Edge Simon Collison Edge of the Web,

    July 2011 @colly colly.com
  2. edge the

  3. Inspiration

  4. Donovan Claus Sharapova

  5. Part one The individual

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  7. Strengths & values

  8. To progress and to create work of substance or even

    greatness, we each must start by knowing our values, our strengths, and the level of expertise we seek Strengths and values
  9. Learning

  10. The sad, beautiful fact that we’re all going to miss

    almost everything. Linda Holmes
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  13. Craftsmanship

  14. Cra smanship is a basic human impulse: the desire to

    do a job well for its own sake. Cra smanship
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  16. Our tools

  17. Tools are the scaffold for what we produce, the enablers,

    they help us bring our ideas to fruition. Our tools
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  20. Inquiry

  21. Inquiring beyond the “necessary” to explore other areas, look at

    things differently, and bring these findings back into our work. Inquiry
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  23. Think smarter

  24. Individual lines of inquiry are what will, more than anything

    else, drive us to develop greater maturity of the discipline of web design. Think smarter
  25. Part two The wider web

  26. Visual grammar

  27. A rich alphabet of components such as line and point,

    structure, color, shapes, rhythm, and movement, which we use to shape our messages Visual grammar
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  29. Mistakes

  30. Those who never made a mistake never made anything. Proverb

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  32. Patterns & interactions

  33. The screen brings with it different kinds of challenges for

    visual design, some of which occur exclusively in interactive media. Jason Santa Maria
  34. The frame

  35. The frame of reference marks the outer limits of a

    design and defines an area within which the created elements and le -over blank space, if any, all work together. The frame
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  40. http://www.chromeexperiments.com/detail/browser-ball/

  41. http://wallswaps.com/

  42. http://wallswaps.com/

  43. Systems

  44. We don’t design web pages. We design systems. Systems

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  46. http://gregorywood.co.uk/ http://jasonsantamaria.com/

  47. Vocabulary

  48. It's my belief that our community has a shared responsibility

    to expand this visual language as it applies to the ebb and flow of the web, and in turn evolve our wri en and verbal vocabulary. Vocabulary
  49. Responsive Web Design

  50. The terms responsive and adaptive are distinct yet related, and

    have evolved naturally from outdated web-based layout terminology Responsive web design
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  53. What next?

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  55. We are the web. We are the makers, the explorers,

    the end users. What next?
  56. Finally

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  58. The in the ordinary extraordinary

  59. Thank you Simon Collison @colly h p://colly.com