Daigo Fujiwara: UX designer and front-end developer

As of fall 2012, this portfolio site is no longer being upadated. I am in the process of combining all my project portfolio into one page on my blog. Thank you.

My portfolio blog. Work related news and thoughts.

 

Blog: Less is more? Yes!

June 3, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Blog | No comment

 
Blog: Less is more? Yes!

I’ve volunteered my web skills for a Boston-based non-profit group called Tewassa, which is a long-term volunteer project devoted to Japan Earthquake and Tsunami relief through “handmade arts and crafts.” (The website is currently under development and nothing to see there at the moment. We are hoping to launch the site very soon…) Read more…

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Blog: Flash? What Flash?

May 30, 2012 at 10:53 pm | Blog | No comment

 
Blog: Flash? What Flash?

As I stated in my last blog post, one of the major reason for updating my portfolio site is to remove all my Flash interactive work from the site (since I don’t use that technology anymore). What is funny (now) is that when I started at the Globe 6 years ago in 2006, I came in as a sort of in-house “Flash/ActionScript” expert. But this was long time coming. I know, because I was a big fan/advocate of the technology. Once late Steve Jobs announced that iPhone will not support Flash in 2010, that was really just the beginning of the end for the Adobe’s once-awesome Flash. Read more…

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Blog: A whole new portfolio!

May 2, 2012 at 3:56 am | Blog | No comment

 
Blog: A whole new portfolio!

Where is Shaq-o-meter, you ask? It is stll here (and you can access it by going to daigofujiwara.com/folio), but I have started a brand new wordpress site and start fresh. Today is May 2, 2012. Read more…

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Blog: some award news

April 30, 2012 at 5:22 am | Blog | No comment

 
Blog: some award news

I was honored and humbled to be a part of team that won some great awards this year for my job at the Boston Globe. Read more…

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