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Five for Friday: 2.20.2009

Friday, February 20th, 2009

Plenty of redesign goodness around the web:

White House web site redesigns

Some nice write ups on not only the redesign, but also some new features from Greg Storey.

Involution Studio redesigns

Excellent work from an excellent group of folks. Even more impressive when viewed next to their new brochure as well.

ESPN redesigns

Mike Davidson has a nice write-up on his impressions of the new design. I agree with just about everything he says.

Mike Davidson redesigns

Speaking of Mike, he recently rolled out a spiffy new design for his personal site. Lovely.

Mets drop the ball with stadium patch

The only non-redesign in the bunch, but too good to not have. One of the lamest patch designs in history.

It’s Finally Over!

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

The elections are over. No more junk mail stuffed in my mailbox daily. No more mudslinging commercials airing on my TV. No more campaign supporters knocking on my door while the baby is trying to sleep. And especially no more recorded campaign phone calls that were around five a day wasting my time. Seriously, any future candidate that supports adding recorded campaign messages to the National Do-Not-Call list automatically gets my support. Congratulations to all the winning candidates throughout the country, regardless of party affiliation. You have a big task ahead of you, don’t disappoint the citizens that got you there