Hidden Wine Pairing Instructions

Posted on Aug 22, 2015 in Project Highlight
Hidden Wine Pairing Instructions

While working at Daylight, a wine industry client we had worked with in the past, approached us with a unique problem. They needed a small website built to fill a business void, yet would be essentially hidden from the general public. There was a domain name printed on a bottle label and they needed a […]

Vector Workflow Presentation From Artifact

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 in Web Design
Vector Workflow Presentation From Artifact

Starting at Daylight in the Spring of 2013, vector icons and graphics were a hot topic for me. I saw opportunities for a new type of responsive ready, crisp, animated graphics and I wanted to adapt the file type to all my projects. The transition for implementing vector graphics into a digital project is a […]

Back To Flickr Resolution

Posted on Jun 29, 2015 in Lifestyle
Back To Flickr Resolution

How do you share your photos with family and friends? I use Instagram most commonly but that’s a single photo to capture a whole day or weekend’s adventure. The Gram is also a photo that you can’t download to store or print at high quality. I’m not much of a Facebook user either, for many […]

Web Fonts Can Do This

Posted on May 9, 2015 in Web Design
Web Fonts Can Do This

Web fonts can make or break a digital project’s aesthetic and functionality. They are that powerful a component to the modern web, yet technologically, they are young and complicated. Their youth makes them difficult to properly choose, use and deliver to the viewer. The Google Fonts project, launched in 2010, was a major step forward […]

Design Reviews

Posted on Mar 21, 2015 in Web Design
Design Reviews

Blogging for the tbdworkbench site is an exercise I enjoy but one that is at the bottom of my digital to-do list. It’s generally the first victim to time crunches during a busy spell. It’s not that I haven’t been blogging this winter either. BigFlakes has seen a few posts as the winter has slowly […]

Moving In Together

Posted on Aug 28, 2014 in Web Design
Moving In Together

Maybe the content hit me at the right time, or maybe this really is a great infographic.  As seen below, the content layout does a nice job of using the wide space to it’s advantage, displaying the content openly, avoiding the cliché stack of flat-color graphs crammed into a tiny space.  Naturally I was intrigued by the title, […]