Interview with John Weir

On designing 'I feel with sites like the IHT that radical change is often not good, purely for the sake of design. It is expensive, time consuming, requires change on the user's part, disrupts the publishing work flow and opens up all the problems which come with software development.'

@ Ordinary Life

Sunday, April 21, 2002 | Permalink | Filed in People


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