Category Archives: Site News

Generally small bulletin posts with information about updates, features, future plans, and progress reports.

Quick update

I mentioned a while back that I’ll be posting something on the rejected designs and the process I went through to create some of the visualisations. That’s still on my to do list, and hopefully in the next couple of weeks I’ll get that out. Infact it may be a 2 parter as I’m imagining […]

FIRST!!!

Final university project grade = 1st!
Still in the apple store on Regent street. Single solitary tear just hit the keyboard. Not sure if that’s because I got a first, or because I will forever remember that I used a Mac to find it out. Thank-you Apple store.

Final degree show

The website for the final year degree show has now gone up. The exhibition is called Studio309, and will take place from this Saturday 14th until next Friday 20th June. Details of opening times, and previews of work can be found on site. If you’re in Huddersfield or up north then stop by and take […]

Limited edition printing now available

PRINTS ARE NOW UNAVAILABLE.
Just a quick note to say that I’ve just set up a prints page for the One week of the Guardian data visualisation posters. They’ll be a very limited print run so if you’re interested in getting your hands on one, the series, or more then you’ll have to be quick!
Only available until MIDNIGHT […]

DesigningTheNews.com + CSS Galleries = Traffic!

Ooooh well. Over the past couple of days there’s been a rather large surge of visitors to the site, thanks to the readers of some of the internets’ best web design and css galleries! Seen as though this site is part of a university project, and I’m hoping to get a good mark at the […]

Refocused project aims and outcomes

After a presentation I gave last month as part of a first term review, I have decided to refocus the main project aims and outcomes. When I decided to take on this project my aims were to create and develop a broad range of experiments which encourage viewing the news in different, more visual ways. […]