Monthly Archives: September 2010

weekly wrap 2010-09-24

This week’s todo list looked like this; mon: drafts popover, clarify response dispatch tue: pages, layers popovers wed: cache images on draft create thu: render panel images on draft create fri: in-picklet navigation (at least prev/next) Important wins for the … Continue reading

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Reverse Pilcrow

While playing with icon design last week I came up with the idea of horizontally flipping that character that’s used to indicate end-of-paragraph in word processing software. Turning it into a ‘P’. And it’s got elements of ‘I’ and ‘T’ … Continue reading

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Wireframes vs. mockups

In which the author drinks a decaf flat white at Newtown Social Club, works a short day at the floating desk, and ends with a merry hour of coding on the train to the country for weekend. Sometimes it’s not … Continue reading

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weekly wrap 2010-09-17

On Monday I started with a coffee at the Black Cat, and by sorting out a mess I’d made of PickletDraft forms on the weekend. Needed to get my ‘admin’ interface out of the way of making a good ‘author’ … Continue reading

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Warren Ellis on Digital Comics 2.01

When creators who matter to me start really thinking about the in-app or cliented digital comics form of Comixology or graphic.ly, and start doing, say, 10 or 12 page comics (with whatever notational stuff shoved in the back that they … Continue reading

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