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Monday, May 18, 2009

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Sue

We have another form of writing that's both consistent with our industry a/w/a kinda cool if you like glass.

That's a big marble table with a solid glass (tempered) top with liquid chalk pens easily available at Amazon or Staples. It's how we run through Web designs AND network architecture. Funny thing - you get used to the medium: we've written on at least one restaurant tabletop (a few strokes) and spent most of the meal trying to wash it off :)

Sue

And my point was: it's not only about how info is constructed - which leads us to - it's also about how it's displayed. The Web is highly visual (as are almost all of our clients).

Dan

True, true, true.

Coturnix

Did first Sue's comment have a picture? I thought I saw it when I checked on iPhone, but do not see it in Firefox (blocked image?).

Dan

Yep, Bora, it did. And for some reason I've been unable to write tags into comments this week. I checked my settings and they looked good for HTML, so I'm not sure what's happened. Sounds like I need to put in a ticket.

Daniel

As is the case with design, simplicity is king. Design your writing the same way a designer would create a tool.

Look at the iPhone. Look at Google. Both are successful because of their simplicity. Your writing can function the same way.

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