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. Everyone hates open offices. Here’s why they still exist

    www.fastcompany.com

  2. The Problem With Bojack Horseman

    vulturehound.co.uk

  3. How to Poach an Egg and Leave a Marriage

    www.myrecipes.com

  4. Black women have been calling out R. Kelly for years. Nobody listened.

    www.vox.com

  5. What the chauffeur saw: what is it really like driving the rich and famous?

    www.theguardian.com

  6. Agile Is Ruining Your Product

    medium.com

  7. 'Surviving R. Kelly' Executive Producer dream hampton: 'I'm At War With R. Kelly'

    shadowandact.com

  8. The Web began dying in 2014, here’s how

    staltz.com

  9. While we Blink, we loose the Web

    andregarzia.com

  10. The online mattress industry promised a more honest shopping experience. We may have gotten the opposite instead.

    www.recode.net

  11. I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone

    motherboard.vice.com

  12. Secrets of the Magus

    www.newyorker.com

  13. Mastercard dropped its name from its logo because the future of payment is digital

    www.vox.com

  14. Learning China’s Forbidden History, So They Can Censor It

    www.nytimes.com

  15. Angular, Autoprefixer, IE11, and CSS Grid Walk into a Bar...

    daverupert.com

  16. The British-Irish Dialect Quiz

    www.nytimes.com

  17. On Being a Woman in America While Trying to Avoid Being Assaulted

    www.theparisreview.org

  18. “For conservatives, by conservatives”: the rise of right-wing dating apps

    www.vox.com

  19. Apple knows 5G is about infrastructure, NOT mobile phones

    www.cringely.com

  20. Body Positivity Is a Scam

    www.vox.com

  21. I ordered a box of crickets from the Internet, and it went about as well as you’d expect

    www.washingtonpost.com

  22. Online reviews will never help you find the “best” product. That doesn’t mean they aren’t useful.

    www.vox.com

  23. How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually.

    nymag.com

  24. I used all the best stuff for a week and it nearly broke me

    www.vox.com

  25. We Should Replace Facebook With Personal Websites

    motherboard.vice.com