Following it’s launch stompfrog.co.uk was featured on several css galleries including CSS Vault, One Page Love, CSS Clip, Screenalicious, Design Float, Most Inspired, and CSS Walk. More recently Stompfrog was also featured on One Page Love, a brilliant niche gallery dedicated to one page websites.
Due to the nature of these sites I was receiving a lot of traffic from web designers and it wasn’t long before stompfrog rip-offs started popping up. These where easy to find because the code thiefs didn’t have the intelligence to remove my google analytics tracking code!
Several months after the launch of Stompfrog I was contacted by Tim Alper, a journalist who was working for the Korean IT Times. Tim was writing an article entitled “Design At Any Cost?” which was about the importance of design in modern websites and other products.
Tim’s double page article combines some of my own thoughts (sent via an email interview) with those of Park Jung-Yeon a Korean market researcher. As well as it’s online presence the Korean IT Times is also in printed circulation. Many thanks to Tim for sending me a copy via airmail, it is much appreciated.