Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Sep 2007 16:13 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces "David Lanham is one of the most popular Mac designers today, best known for his icons and illustrations on his website, his two themes Amora and Somatic, and the designs for sites My Dream App and MacThemes 2.0 (along with Renato Valdes Olmos). He currently works at the Iconfactory, creating freeware icons as well as commercial designs for clients like Canonical, Microsoft (Vista, XP, XBox 360), MacPractice, and Sybase. Austin Heller and Sam Gwilym of MacThemes sat down with David to get a closer look at his life as a designer, his thoughts on desktops, and his opinions on Aqua and other themes." My take: David Lanham is one of my favourite artists - ever. His work is amazing, and almost instantly recognisable. It is definitely recommended to take a peek at his portfolio.
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Too many links
by ElectricDevil on Thu 27th Sep 2007 17:37 UTC
ElectricDevil
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2006-08-22

Please, try keeping the number of links down and only use the most relevant ones. I can only talk for my self, but I want to read the interview without too much effort sorting it out of 5+ links.

The interested reader finds his own way to the other info.

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RE: Too many links
by Thom_Holwerda on Thu 27th Sep 2007 17:58 in reply to "Too many links"
Thom_Holwerda Member since:
2005-06-29

Please, try keeping the number of links down and only use the most relevant ones. I can only talk for my self, but I want to read the interview without too much effort sorting it out of 5+ links.

The interested reader finds his own way to the other info.


Welcome to the internet. Linking is important - not only for you as a reader, but also for, in this case, David Lanham. By linking to his work, I acknowledge it, I give him the proper credit.

On top of that, if you browse through our archive, you'll soon realise the actual story links are generally 'long' links, covering a sentence or a sequence of words, where the less important, contextual links are single words/names. It's a conscious decision. We're not Digg.

Edited 2007-09-27 17:59 UTC

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