19: The Whole Website Is Like a ToasterWritten by David Mikucki on August 16, 2016
In this episode, we discuss the prevalence of terrible design and typography in otherwise good Christian theology. We also tackle the issue of designers making ugly heresy beautiful and appealing to potential readers. We talk a little bit about the importance of adorning good theology well, and throw out some suggestions for people designing church websites. In case we didn’t make everyone angry, David awkwardly tries to briefly explain the position of the Scottish Covenanters.
- iPad Pro – What’s a Computer?
- Video Copilot Rooftops 3d Pack
- Example of good theology and bad design
- Article: The Claims of the Messiah to Authority Over All Earthly Governments (1832 PDF)
- Example of bad theology and bad design
- Article on the <blink> HTML tag (Spoiler: it was an horrible mistake)
- Canvas Conference (now passed) –Tthese guys are good guys, and the design was beautiful, but difficult to find the pertinent info—when and where it is, how to register, etc
- Humble Beast (for Canvas Conference Videos)
- Solemn League and Covenant
- John Brown’s Q&A on the Shorter Catechism
- Font Book App
- Episode Teaser Image (Rendered in Cinema4D with Octane Render, color corrected in Magic Bullet Looks, text added in Photoshop)