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  • "Dennis Cooper [is] a Paris-via-America artist, editor, and performance artist."
  • "His latest pair of works: HTML books that use GIFs from the Internet to create an entirely new [...] medium."
  • "All of the GIFs used in his two works are found GIFs, plucked from the Internet."
  • Previously, the woman in the icon was smaller, and standing behind the man.
  • Now, the woman and man are of equal size, and he now stands behind her.
  • Initially the designer was "nervous about updating the glyphs and kind of expected to get in trouble." Now the changes have been implemented on Facebook platforms around the world.
  • Companies including Google, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest are trying optimize mobile browsing and purchasing with simpler 'buy' buttons
  • Americans spend close to 3 hours/day staring at their mobile phones
  • Mobile phones are projected to account for about 1/2 the time Americans spend online this year, but only about 1/5 of retail e-commerce sales
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that jobs in web development are expected to increase 13% through 2020
  • New York, San Francisco, and Seattle are the top 3 cities to live for UX Designers
  • UX designers who can also code can get an additional 5% bump in salary
  • It helps users assign different functionalities to different parts of the interface
  • White space helps group related data because our short-term memory retains an average of 7 data points before forgetting
  • Reducing cognitive load with white space in UI design makes it more usable and enjoyable
  • Literata is formed for reading on screens, but letters are uniquely softened for smooth movement across a line
  • The challenge was making it work across a wide variety of screen sizes, resolutions, and rendering software
  • nearly 1/3of American adults read an e-book in the last year, and 50% of adults owned some kind of e-reading device
  • Sites need to avoid Flash content, have readable content without zooming, no horizontal scrolling and spacing between links
  • Google doesn't care how sites update their designs, just that they do
  • Infographic posting rose from 2007-2012, but has been on decline ever since
  • Medium has evolved into 'data visualization', regularly used by large publications and simplified to be viewed on mobile devices
  • Designers are now churning out simpler content that everyone can access on a phone for publications like Times, Bloomberg, FiveThirtyEight
  • Websites optimized for desktops are depreciating as Google pushes for mobile-friendly sites
  • Sites that work on mobile will outrank sites that don't when all other things are equal
  • To be mobile-friendly, a site can build a separate mobile site, use responsive design, or a hybrid form of SSA design
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