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Ensuring a website is consistent and easy to maintain are two of the biggest headaches faced by larger organisations. Fortunately pattern libraries can help.
Within the startup community there is a saying “release early”. However, is that actually a good idea and does it apply to all websites?
Open source content management systems have come to dominate the sector, but does that mean there is never a reason to use a proprietary, licensed system?
Smashing magazine has kicked off an interesting discussion about semantics in HTML. It started with a post entitled ‘Our Pointless Pursuit of Semantic Value’. In a rather confrontation tone this…
So I came across an interesting tutorial today that allows you to sync web page elements with video. Basically it triggers certain actions (like load content into the page) when certain points in …
Making a simple site like a blog responsive is relatively straightforward. But, how easy is it on a more complex site?
Not all e-commerce transactions are made from dedicated e-commerce websites. Sometimes you just need a quick and dirty solution to sell from the most basic of websites.
One of the great strengths of CSS is that it cascades. However, as I discovered when working on this tumblog it comes at a price. A small change on one part of your site can cause problems elsewhere. …
Dan Sheerman has been working away to implement the responsive design for Boagworld. With the job complete he shares a few lessons learnt.
The fold is still one of the hottest topics on the web. Clients are concerned users will miss key content and web designers denying the fold exists. Could responsive design hold the answer to this debate?
I’m fed up with hearing about yet another Silicon Valley Web application, built with fairy dust and funded by magic pixies. It’s time to talk about web applications built by the rest of us.
I started in the web back in 1994. We made a lot of mistakes. Unfortunately I am beginning to see those mistakes repeated in 2011… in mobile development.