Ben Moss

Ben Moss has designed and coded work for award-winning startups, and global names including IBM, UBS, and the FBI. When he’s not in front of a screen he’s probably out trail-running.

Microsoft abandons Flash whitelist

There’s a concept in web design that is more important than responsive design, more important than mobile-first, more…

France considers net neutrality

The web has grown rapidly in the last two decades and its omnipresence makes it easy to forget that just 20 years ago…

Yahoo! redesigns

When Marissa Mayer jumped ship at Google to take over the reigns at the web's second biggest name in search, no one…

Superb redesign will save lives

One of the most challenging briefs any designer can take on is to design for a cross-cultural organization that needs…

Is it time to abandon privacy?

Whilst the trend for online business continues to grow, there is a significant increase in the number of consumers…

Instagram's suicide note?

Not a lot keeps Mark Zuckerberg up at night. When he slips between his — presumably luxury — sheets, rests his head and…

How to make an animated thumbnail

Thumbnails are one of the purest pieces of usability the digital age has created. In essence a thumbnail is a preview,…

Europe joins the U.S. in condemning U.N. power-grab

As we reported two weeks ago, a closed-door meeting opened yesterday in Dubai that is debating control of the internet.…

How to go viral

Going viral is the holy grail of advertising these days. Mom and Pop run businesses can become global names overnight…

Google asks you to take action against the U.N.

On December 3rd a closed-door meeting will take place in Dubai. In attendance will be members of the United Nation's…

Amazing free bundle from ByPeople.com

Most web pros can't make it through a week without falling back on some else's work: you may be a great programmer, but…

Extraordinary day to night photography

Our lives, particularly within the urban environment, are governed by light; half natural, half artificial. Light is…

Yesterday, Internet Explorer seemed so far away…

…now it looks as if it's here to stay. Having been introduced as part of the Windows 8 operating system launch last…

Kestrel flys into view

Born in London, England in the early 1950s, Alan Meeks began his career as a trainee artist, typographer and typeface…

Faster internet! Kill! Kill!

It will come as no surprise to anyone, that slow buffering of a video is highly likely to see viewers give up, and go…

Google simplifies but retains dead space

It is a commonly held view that the minimalist approach to design is what lifted Google, in the early days of the web,…

jqMobi rolls out support for IE10

There has been much cross-over between web development and application development in recent years. The biggest trend…

U.S. election, we decide

In the U.S. election day is finally here. People across the country are heading out to vote, with many U.S. citizens…