David Broderick

David Broderick

Designer at Squires & Company Joined over 9 years ago

  • 8 stories
  • Posted to Site Design: This Also, in reply to Anna Niess , Nov 23, 2015

    OMG I KNOW, HI :)

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  • Posted to Site Design: This Also, Nov 21, 2015

    Great job bubba :)

    1 point
  • Posted to Ask DN: What podcasts do you listen to?, Oct 30, 2015

    Really shocked to only see one mention of Stuff You Should Know, but that was the first podcast I got into so maybe I'm biased :)

    DESIGN - The Observatory - 99% Invisible - The Poster Boys - Design Matters

    NON-DESIGN - Freakonomics - Stuff You Should Know - How to do Everything - Aw Jeez! - Comedy Bang Bang - Hidden Brain - Song Exploder - Reply All - Meanwhile in the Future - Limetown - The Partially Examined Life

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  • Posted to Site Design: Glass Optical, Jun 04, 2015

    Super nice site! This place isn't too far from me AND I'm due for an eye exam…

    The text in the hero might be a little hard to read, but I think it's a really cool effect.

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: Value Village, in reply to Jeremy Hoover , May 06, 2015

    Yeah it's much nicer than you'd expect. Definitely noticed that the Value Village Cycle doesn't scale well and becomes illegible fast.

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  • Posted to Show DN: nclud - A Provocative Creative Agency, in reply to Kyle Conrad , May 06, 2015

    I'm on an older desktop right this second, so that's playing a factor. OsX 10.7.4 with Chrome 42.0.2311.135

    Works on my MBP with yosemite!

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  • Posted to Show DN: nclud - A Provocative Creative Agency, May 06, 2015

    Site isn't responding for me in Chrome, but looks interesting!

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  • Posted to Landing page for a Potato, in reply to Sacha Greif , Apr 30, 2015

    wait for the potatollax!

    8 points
  • Posted to Fall of the Designer Part III: Conformist Responsive Design, Apr 21, 2015

    IMO the most insightful part of this is the idea that designers have backed themselves into a corner with flat design. The idea that deviating from flat design can result in people interpreting the work as outdated/not current, and how this effects identity.

    8 points
  • Posted to Test your colour perception, Apr 15, 2015

    I got 57 the first time, 34 the second try, and 21 the third try even though I felt like I was doing better each time…?

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