Jeff Croft

I’m a product designer in Seattle, WA. I recently worked at Simply Measured, and previously co-founded Lendle.

Some of my past clients include Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and the University of Washington.

I’ve authored two books on web and interactive design and spoken at dozens of conferences around the world.

I’m currently accepting contract work and considering full-time opportunities.

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December 2007

  • Photo // 12.23.2007 // 1:47 PM // Topeka, KS // flickr

    Jenn

  • Photo // 12.23.2007 // 1:45 PM // Topeka, KS // flickr

    Topeka snow

  • Photo // 12.23.2007 // 1:42 PM // Topeka, KS // flickr

    Dexter and Jackson

  • Photo // 12.22.2007 // 10:25 AM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Thank you so much, Sara!

  • Photo // 12.21.2007 // 3:38 PM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Happy Holidays from Vladimir Lenin!

  • Photo // 12.21.2007 // 2:52 PM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Homeless (?) guys on desktop computer. Outside.

  • Photo // 12.19.2007 // 11:18 PM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Blue Scholars

  • Photo // 12.19.2007 // 10:39 PM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Common Market

  • Blog entry // 12.17.2007 // 2:24 PM // 13 Comments

    Audio available for my Webmaster Jam Session talk

    The kind folks at CoffeeCup Software have posted audio of all the Webmaster Jam Session talks from this past September, including my talk on web typography, and the Web Design Roundtable, on which I participated. The audio comes in the form of a podcast you can subscribe to in iTunes or your favorite podcast application.

    I was pretty proud of my type talk in Dallas. I felt like it went over really well and had a lot of good information on web typography. The roundtable was also pretty great, with a lot of good questions and answers (yes, someone even asked me about CSS frameworks!).

    There were a lot of great sessions at WJS 2007, so be sure to give ‘em all a listen — and come down to the Big D for the event next year!

    Enjoy.

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  • Blog entry // 12.16.2007 // 4:31 PM // 79 Comments

    Do we need a return to the browser wars?

    Alex Russell, proprietor of the Dojo JavaScript library, has written a provocative new piece that is so incredibly spot-on, it’s scary. It’s an absolute must-read for any web standards oriented designer. I just wanted the time to highlight a few choice quotes from Alex’s The W3C Cannot Save Us.

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  • Photo // 12.15.2007 // 11:57 AM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Paige and Sarah

  • Photo // 12.15.2007 // 11:56 AM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Ben and Tom sing along, Tiff throws horns

  • Photo // 12.15.2007 // 11:55 AM // Seattle, WA // flickr

    Michelle and Keith

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