When the prevailing technocratic culture permits the creation of products that undermine and exploit users, who will protect citizens within the digital spaces they now inhabit?
I speak at events about the web and the culture that surrounds it, often with reference to my interests in politics, architecture and sustainability.
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In an attempt to understand our work, digital designers may look towards architectural practice for inspiration. As much as we can learn from where architecture has been successful, we can also draw lessons from its failures, too.
Responsive design has engendered a wider conversation about how we build products that accommodate an increasing breadth of connected devices. I outline a framework within which we can use to ensure our work is better suited to a rapidly changing world.
We have become increasingly reliant upon a small number of web services. Many of the companies that operate them emanate from a small centre of innovation: Silicon Valley.
An insight into the many opportunities and challenges facing web designers in 2013.