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I’ve started broadcasting my drawing process regularly live on UStream. It has been a lot of fun and has served to motivate me and help hold me responsible to continue delivering comic updates on time. It has also turned into a “drawing circle” of sorts for other cartoonists to come and hang out, discuss cartoons, [...]

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The Pilots who burn through space while lighting their enemies on fire. (or relax peacefully in an asteroid belt as they mine for rare ore) in the massively multiplayer space simulation game Eve Online were recently treated with a much anticipated upgrade. CCP, the company behind this wildly innovative game has been working for years [...]

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Mike Witmer Pointed this article out. Very fascinating thought on the importance of presentation when it comes to displaying your work for a client or a customer. We all know presentation affects consumer perceptions of quality and value, and people will frequently assign one of two identical items as being proportionally better than the other [...]

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Well, 2010 is going to be an amazing time for Robot Beach and I wanted to share my plans for the coming year with all of you. In addition to the comic, I will be creating a series of animated shorts for Robot Beach! Now, many of you probably already know this, but Robot Beach [...]

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Recently I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Paul Caggegi for his wonderful podcast show The Process Diary. We talked about Robot Beach, Annabelle’s Bistro, and other animation and illustration related topics. This was my first interview about my comic I and I think it turned out great. (Even though at times I feel [...]

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Most everyone who reads my blog already knows about my new project Robot Beach. If you haven’t already checked it out, I encourage you to head over there and see what I have been up to. It’s a lot of fun! The experience of creating a webcomic has certainly been an enjoyable one, but more [...]

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Found a very interesting article on how a user reads content within your website. In this case, a study was performed which tracked eye movements across three websites. The Resulting pattern of eye movement resembled an “F” shape. Very interesting and not terribly surprising. Although I would like to see a similar study performed on [...]

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I have been thinking a lot about web design and user interfaces lately and so I found this article about perception, time and user experience really fascinating. 0.1 second is the response time limit if you want users to feel like their actions are directly causing something to happen on the screen. For example, if [...]

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