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Frugi Studio
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Frugi is a cooperative new media design studio with team members in metro NYC, Portland OR, and Rochester NY
Frugi is a cooperative new media design studio with team members in metro NYC, Portland OR, and Rochester NY

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Listening to the whisperings and tapping into the zeitgeist in front of a crackling fire #NapsMakeMeSmart http://youtu.be/UcNXNtydKSY

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By next Monday, the Happy Cog payroll will be 50% female. "It's about damn time" from +Greg Storey 

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WebKit has made some serious news by finally implementing the srcset attribute. As Chair of the W3C’s Responsive Images Community Group, I’ve been alternately hoping for and dreading this moment for some time now. It turns out to be good news for all involved parties—the users browsing the Web, most of all.

As with all matters pertaining to “responsive images”: it’s complicated, and it can be hard keeping up with the signal in all the noise. Here’s what you need to know.

Written by Mat Marquis, on Smashing Magazine →

http://mobile.smashingmagazine.com/2013/08/21/webkit-implements-srcset-and-why-its-a-good-thing/

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The mere fact that this app exist is... weird: KillSwitch removes traces of your previous relationships from Facebook - http://www.killswitchapp.com

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What was your most memorable "Aha!"-effect in design/front-end/back-end recently? Perhaps a technique/tool that you've just discovered?

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Worth watching (53 mins): Performance Checklist for the Mobile Web - Performance Checklist for the Mobile Web

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It took quite a while to prepare: Typographic Design Patterns And Current Practices: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/05/17/typographic-design-patterns-practices-case-study-2013/ by yours truly Smashing Magazine.

Good typography has always been a defining aspect of effective Web design, and this holds true especially for websites in which the emphasis is on presenting a large amount of content — specifically, articles, news and stories. Whether for a magazine or international newspaper, the designer of any website that distributes a lot of content has always had to consider typographic details as seriously and thoroughly as a print designer would...

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