24 December 2004


A Blue Perspective: Festivities

The question is, to write something meaningful about design when everyone's too drunk from their christmas parties to appreciate it?

No, I think I'll just have fun making a festive feature image and leave it at that.

As I said just a month ago, this has been one of the greatest years in web design, so I'll stop there and wish you and your loved ones a merry Christmas/post-Chanukah/Kwanzaa. Hope to see you for an incredible 2005!



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    Rob Mientjes commented on 24 December 2004 @ 07:36

    You too man, you too. But you got my card, so...

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    Michael Koukoullis commented on 24 December 2004 @ 08:52

    Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year.

    I'm expecting big things from the MiB in '05


    Michael Koukoullis

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    Andrew K. commented on 24 December 2004 @ 12:14

    Mmm... Shiny :)
    For everyone who has wrapped up for the year, spare a thought for those of us in the education sector who are still insanely busy preparing course material for the next semester.
    "Too much Flash make Andrew..."
    "Go crazy?"
    "Don't mind if I do!"

    See you in '05 (hopefully you'll come and do a DJ'ing gig in QLD! ;)

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