26 Jan
   Filed Under: Commercial Work, Interface Design, iPhone, News   

How very awesome it is to see this on Apple’s website (and possibly on TV!). You can read about the design process of Classics here.

25 Jan
   Filed Under: Announcement   

I’ll be in California between January 26th and February 2nd, visiting the Mozilla headquarters in Mountain View and working in downtown San Francisco. If you’d like to connect, email me or hit me up on Twitter.

20 Jan
   Filed Under: Apple, Goodies, Personal Work, Wallpapers   

In anticipation of Apple’s next iteration of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, I created this wallpaper based on the artwork of Apple’s Snow Leopard website.

While I’m unaware of the new wallpaper and UI changes in Snow Leopard, this should last you until more is revealed!

This wallpaper is intended for personal usage and desktop customization only. Mac OS X 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’ is © 2009, Apple Inc.

20 Jan
   Filed Under: Announcement, Commercial Work, Logo Design   

Head over to Aza’s blog to read his great description of the process. After thorough consideration, we chose for these irresistible blue eyes. We’re calling this the semi-final, as our official deadline was the 19th, but some polishing is yet required. It also turned out that there was no vector resource for the ‘unbranded’ Mozilla globe, so that’ll require some redrawing :).

18 Jan
   Filed Under: Gaming   

When I was about 11 years old, I used to read a Dutch gaming magazine called ‘PC Gameplay’. It introduced me to gaming in general, and it also brought me into the world of trying games out instead of dismissing them at first glance. I made a resolution not to assume anymore that something was not my type of game; after the astonishing experience that was Baldur’s Gate, you tend to start looking for other immersive and amazing gems in gameplay.

That same magazine ran a review of System Shock 2 in October 1999, and I was amazed. Not because I thought it’d be such a great game, but because just the pictures and the review scared the living daylights out of me. It took me almost 4 years to gather all the guts I could muster and try the demo. I never realized I was in for an experience that’d return to me repeatedly in the 5 years to come.

Continue reading…

12 Jan
   Filed Under: Commercial Work, Logo Design   

Aza has compiled Mozilla’s selection of the Ubiquity logo concepts into a blog post. Head over to his blog to read his thoughts on the sketches and see which concepts made the cut. And oh, of course, your input is certainly appreciated! Leave them here on on Aza’s blog.

Please digg it if you have an account; we’d love as much input we can gather!