Patrick McNeil shares what he's most excited for at the HOW Interactive Design Conference: A fresh look at UX design.
We hear so much about responsive web design these days that many of us have forgotten about the other options available to us, namely device detection.
Patrick McNeil offers 25 examples of excellent, trendy web typography—including hand-drawn type, script fonts and slab serif typefaces.
Zurb’s Foundation is one of the two biggest front end development frameworks right now (with Bootstrap being the other big dog). While both of these addressed the developers’ needs as far as presenting responsive creations in the browser, no one was helping out app developers. Surprising as it may be, many apps actually rely...
jQuery is a powerful weapon in a front end developer’s arsenal, but sifting through the epic quantity of plugins is a frustrating process. When you visit the official jQuery plugin directory, you might find yourself instantly overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of options. Even worse is that there is little indication as to which...
Patrick McNeil shares his thoughts on a recent article from Froont.com on the history of web design.
Learn about the design principles you need to get started in interactive and web design in Patrick McNeil’s online course, Principles of Web Design. In the book The Design of Everyday Things, Donald Norman defines six design principles. In this article series, we apply those basic concepts to the world of interactive design. In...
In part 2 in this series, Patrick McNeil applies two more of Donald Norman's design principles to web design processes and user experience.
HOW takes key design principles from Donald Norman's watershed book and applies them to modern web design. It's the first of three, so keep reading.
Patrick McNeil provides three essential tips from the world of editorial design that interactive designers can use to improve the quality of their own work