Author: Jake Rocheleau

00-medium-2-logo unveils their New Logo & Revamped Web Design

Almost every designer and blogger should know about Medium. It’s the most recent way to people to write and share their thoughts with a tremendous audience and inline comments. Today the site launched a new brand loosely titled “Medium 2.0”. The team published a blog post with more details about the story and creative process. […]


100 Day UI Challenge by Paul Flavius Nechita

Improving any skill simply takes time and practice, and you can lengthen the former by increasing the latter. Some people take this idea to extremes by issuing themselves challenges. One great example is the icon-a-day challenge by Marko Stupić. With even half a year’s worth of time you can see dramatic improvements in your work […]


Nibbler Website Testing for Performance and Content Structure

With tools like PageSpeed and YSlow it’s relatively simple to test a website’s technical performance & locate problematic areas. But what about an overall website rating that counts things like domain age, content structure, and marketing techniques? This all-in-one ranking can be found on Nibbler, a side project developed by Silktide. Nibbler will pull data […]


Clubble bridges the gap between Slack Channels and E-mails

Although currently still in beta, Clubble is a very handy tool for teams that use Slack to get work done. Creative work often requires direct communication with clients and this means sharing new ideas/drafts frequently. The tough part is finding a way to keep clients in the loop while passing the right drafts their way. […]


Create your own Icon Fonts with Iconical for Mac

Icon designers are more than familiar with the process of converting vector art into PNGs or even SVGs for the web. But what about the process of creating an icon font? This is often much more convoluted and requires a little understanding of typeface construction. However a new Mac application named Iconical is making the […]