Will Baker

Will Baker

NYC Aspiring horse Joined about 9 years ago

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  • Posted to Will Baker & Sheldon Lessard, Jun 14, 2017

    A little self-promotion here. My frontend developer friend and I are both looking for new projects in web and/or visual identity design and development.

    We're up for hire together or separately. This little website is an experiment of sorts in pitching both of us without calling ourselves an agency.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What magazines are you subscribed to?, May 18, 2016
    • Cereal
    • The Paris Review
    • The Alpine Review
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  • Posted to Ask DN: Who wants to be hired? (Jan 2016), Jan 07, 2016

    We're hiring an editorial & marketing designer at Keaton Row! Email me a link to your portfolio: will@keatonrow.com

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  • Posted to Site Design: Vanhawks, Jul 01, 2015

    Just this morning while I was riding into work, I thought, "I wish my bike was connected to the internet."

    Regarding the site, though—I'm curious why this was given a typical landing page treatment, rather than some expanded, informative shoppable product page. 'Order Now' leads to a weirdly asynchronous experience. I was expecting to begin a purchase or checkout flow—not to be taken to a really, really weird order-summary-in-product-customizer page with a "Continue to shipping" CTA. Looks and feels like the backend of an e-com platform, not the front—like I'm making selections in a CMS or something.

    Photography and photo treatment on the landing page is nice.

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  • Posted to The expressive web (or lack thereof), in reply to Duncan Regan , Jun 25, 2015

    Word is bond.

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  • Posted to Pixave for Mac, in reply to Duke Cavinski , Jun 19, 2015

    Right? Bridge and Finder are enough for me.

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  • Posted to Ello for iOS, Jun 18, 2015

    Ello L.

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  • Posted to Macaw Scarlet, in reply to Dan Cortes , Jun 17, 2015


    That said, this post preceded the popular one by one minute.

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  • Posted to Ford to bring back physical radio controls for frustrated touchscreen users, Jun 16, 2015

    There's just no beating analog controls and tactile feedback. Touchscreens are great and impressive and all, but they simply aren't appropriate for most things. "The invisible interface" and all that.

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