From Blackberrys and Palms to mobile sites and apps, it’s been a long and trying road that has landed us at Responsive Design. Allow Digital Surgeons to take you on a journey from the past to the present and even a glance into the future of Responsive Web Design.
David Blain’s ELECTRIFIED
The fusion of technology, illusion, and connectivity inevitably sparks the interest of any audience. Last year, Intel partnered with illusionist David Blaine to leverage his shocking talents and create a live-streamed interactive performance piece controlled by the Ultrabook.
A beautiful, cohesive and web-optimized digital catalog seems to be the unicorn of the Internet, even today. Many of the hottest fashion brands have an immersive online presence, until you start browsing their lookbooks. Converting a print piece onto the web takes a little finessing, so we’ve aggregated a few best practices and examples of fashion brands that we feel did digital cataloging right. Here are a few samples of online catalogs that are both easy to digest and maintain a strong brand essence. Not to mention, they’re just plain beautiful.
A Look at Design Paralysis
It happens to every designer, regardless of the project or level of experience. Sooner or later it will hit you: that feeling of “Oh SHIT! I have no idea what I’m doing.”
Experienced Digital Creative Director Brings Extensive CPG and Financial Experience to Digital Surgeons
New Haven, Conn. July 12, 2013—Digital Surgeons, a digital-first creative agency headquartered in New Haven, Connecticut is pleased to announce the arrival of Rob Kurfehs. Joining the DS team as Director of Creative Strategy, Rob brings over 10 years experience in digital having worked at Humongo, Modem Media, and Catapult.
So for those of you that don’t know, the team here at Digital Surgeons created a responsive CSS grid framework last year called Gumby Framework. Needless to say, this completely changed the game and the internet was never the same. After a whole year of helping web properties be easily translated across devices, we decided to head back to the drawing board. In early 2013 we once again reinvented the wheel with the release of Gumby2. It is a wonderful platform that I myself have spent many hours hard at work on. My name is Adam Chambers by the way, and I’m a senior engineer at Digital Surgeons. This is my explanation of my favorite, and often underutilized Gumby feature: Toggles and Switches.