andr3 / André Luís

Human since ‘82. Web nerd since ‘98.

Is in love with the ligatures in huffduffer logo!

There are four people in andr3’s collective.

Huffduffed (45)

  1. SXSW: Viral Marketing with The Oatmeal

    SXSW 2011 presentation by Matthew Inman, the author, artist, and founder behind the one man operation known as The Oatmeal (

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  2. SXSW: Old Spice Resurrected: How Aging Icon Pwned Internet

    Panel from SXSW 2011.

    What are the ingredients that make for a meme-able idea? What’s the best way for brands to activate and engage online communities?

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  3. On Web Typography

    By Jason Santa Maria

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  4. Ampersand - Mark Boulton

    Mark Boulton - "Outing the Mind: Designing for the Chaos"

    at Ampersand Conf 2011

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  5. War of the Worlds Radio Broadcast (Orson Welles)

    The famous Mercury Theatre on the Air production which was broadcast on October 30th , 1938.

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  6. ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Gets An iMakeover

    The classic children’s book series, Choose Your Own Adventure, puts you, the reader, in charge of your own fate: Will you emerge king of the dominion? Or meet your end in a duel with a sea monster?

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  7. “Cure for the Common Font” — A Web Designer’s Introduction to Typeface Selection

    Now that web designers suddenly face the challenge (and delight) of choosing fonts from an ever-growing selection, we thought it’s a good time to recommend some basic principles for making wise type choices.

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  8. Nerdist Podcast #82: JIMMY FALLON

    Number 82: Jimmy Fallon This chat with Jimmy was part of the magnificent PaleyFest ’11, a series of panels comprising cool shows you’ve heard of. This extended episode covers Fallon’s career as a comedy club impressionist all the way up

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  9. The Unified Field Theory of Google - IEEE Spectrum

    A Techwise Conversation with Google+ designer Joseph Smarr

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  10. Once Upon a Time in the Web | Andy Clarke | New Adventures In Web Design conference | Nottingham | 20th January 2011

    Hold on there Bald Eagle. Why are we always in such a hurry? What’s the rush to reduce the number of clicks? Why not make people think? In movies, and in comic books, time and pace are as important as action. So in thirty short minutes, Andy Clarke investigates ways to stretch time using visual design to make more compelling web pages that keep people thinking — for longer.

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