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It’s that time of year again.... And that certain sense of anticipation that prefaces the Webstock experience is upon us. ... read full post

Posted by:  Eamon O'Rourke ,  |  17 February 2009


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Webstock - a designer's view

And so Webstock passes for another year. I'm still reeling a bit from trying to digest two whole days of unfettered web standards conjecture, opinion and contention! It was always going to be a tough act to follow, the inaugural event in 2006 having been met with rapturous acclaim. Expectation was running very high. So what do you do to cap that? Answer: you come back bigger and brighter than ever! Once again, the organisers totally outdid themselves, offering a festival of the senses for geeks and creatives alike. ... read full post

Posted by:  Eamon O'Rourke ,  |  26 February 2008


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Are we settling for a life in low fidelity?

A while back I was bemoaning the dumbing down of media with my good friend  Skinny and I think we eventually concluded that it was simply the scourge of new media and everything would come right again soon enough as technology and delivery inevitably caught up to previous standards in response to consumer demand. But I now fear we were wrong, and that in fact this devolution is starting to affect other areas of my life. So this set me to thinking... Are we settling for a life in low fidelity? ... read full post

Posted by:  Eamon O'Rourke ,  |  15 October 2007

Silverlight, Accessibility, Visual Media

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Are users customers too?

As an adman, marketer and interactive designer I've been feeling increasingly conflicted of late. Are my worlds of marketing and interactivity finally colliding? Is the IT world ready to take the leap and embrace some good olde school lessons on customer experience from veteran marketers?! ... read full post

Posted by:  Eamon O'Rourke ,  |  03 October 2007

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