D M Rutherford

David Rutherford Hello! I’m David. I build things for people.

I’m a UX- and accessibility-focused senior product designer with a travel technology company in Cardiff.

I’m also a front-end developer and information architect, occasional audio engineer, and recovering music journalist.

My website is currently under refurbishment. In the meantime, you can reach me by email or hit me up on Twitter.

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  1. "I Was a Starter Wife": Inside America's Messiest Divorce

    www.marieclaire.com

  2. The Last Relevant Blogger

    motherboard.vice.com

  3. Trump’s Nativism Is Transforming the Physical Landscape

    www.theatlantic.com

  4. Watch Your Hack

    watchyourhack.com

  5. Thomas Bayes and the crisis in science

    www.the-tls.co.uk

  6. How a Hacker Proved Cops Used a Secret Government Phone Tracker to Find Him

    www.politico.com

  7. The Great Facebook Crash

    slate.com

  8. What Is Code?

    www.bloomberg.com

  9. Reclaiming RSS

    ar.al

  10. Stories and games

    mirabilis-yearofwonders.blogspot.com

  11. The Biggest Digital Heist in History Isn’t Over Yet

    www.bloomberg.com

  12. Nobody Expects an Accountable Inquisition

    theoxfordculturereview.com

  13. Only 'Influencers' Can Take Photos at This LA Mural and People Are Pissed

    www.vice.com

  14. No, that viral photo is not just like a Renaissance painting

    theoutline.com

  15. We Have a Crisis of Democracy, Not Manners

    www.nytimes.com

  16. Why Queer Eye Made Me Want to Take a Walk and Talk to God

    www.esquire.com

  17. The Trouble With Johnny Depp

    www.rollingstone.com

  18. Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse

    www.nytimes.com

  19. The Wiretap Rooms

    theintercept.com

  20. The Brexit Short: How Hedge Funds Used Private Polls to Make Millions

    www.bloomberg.com

  21. LEGO and Augmented Reality

    www.subtraction.com

  22. Lasik’s Risks Are Coming Into Sharper Focus

    www.nytimes.com

  23. Anthony Bourdain and the Power of Telling the Truth

    www.newyorker.com

  24. The Story Behind Susan Kare’s Iconic Design Work for Apple

    milanote.com

  25. Back to the Future of Handwriting Recognition

    jackschaedler.github.io