Tom Wood

Tom Wood

Art Director at Peregrine Communications Joined about 5 years ago via an invitation from Quentin R.

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  • Posted to How you guys manage to design email signatures?, Sep 12, 2018

    HTML without images.

    It's really the only way to be compatible with Outlook.

    0 points
  • Posted to Sponsor: Is a Powerful Tool For Project And Team Management, Communications And Collaboration. We Keep It All In One Place., Aug 01, 2018

    We've been using it, and are really enjoying it.

    It ain't cheap though..

    0 points
  • Posted to Julien Renvoye - Art Director, Feb 09, 2018

    Holy smokes, Batman.

    This is utterly wonderful. It's gorgeous to look at, delightful to interact with and has some really clever little touches. Would love to know what it's built on and who built it.


    1 point
  • Posted to Has Apple Lost Its Design Mojo?, Jan 04, 2018

    Goodness. This has already been covered a zillion times, and none much better than Topolsky on the Outline.

    1 point
  • Posted to Should dropdown menus open on hover?, Oct 18, 2017

    Should designers code?

    9 points
  • Posted to Eli Schiff and Mike Rundle on Dropbox Rebranding, Oct 17, 2017

    Could someone kindly offer a TL;DL?

    7 points
  • Posted to While Apple is taking away buttons, we found a way to add one, Oct 16, 2017

    This is effin awesome!

    Loving it both in terms of thinking outside the box, and execution. It's things like this that make me excited about work. Top marks guys!

    6 points
  • Posted to Apple is really bad at design, Oct 02, 2017

    Is the title click-bait? Yes. Does the article make a reasoned argument and some valid points? Yes.

    Only the blindest of the Apple loyal (I'm an Apple fan FYI), could deny that most of the points raised by Topolsky are on the money. This isn't just clickbait, it's something worth discussing, surrounding the most influential design company of our lifetimes.

    10 points
  • Posted to WhatsApp Text Status, Aug 23, 2017

    Also... who really uses the Status feature on their WhatsApp anyway? And now it's turning into an Instagram story thing? I don't get this.

    Short Rant In fact, this is something that generally seems to happen to apps that do one thing so well. Upgrading an app to support a ton of other features is a pattern you see, when there is no need. Let the app continue to be awesome at txting. It's all you need it for.

    1 point
  • Posted to Interface Lovers with Adam Darowski of Dribbble, Aug 07, 2017

    Interesting. But I feel like I'm missing something when it comes to the Sports Reference design work he's done? Is it just me, or are those sites an affront to all your sensibilities...

    0 points
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