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The next generation of web tools aren’t just aspiring to replace Photoshop and Fireworks. They appear to be keen to replace the need for hand coding HTML and CSS too.
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?
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.
Whether it is for rapid prototyping or just to easily throw up a few thoughts online, the last tool you would think of is Dropbox. However its now possible using Droppages.
Its easy, its cheap and it could increase the conversion rate on your website significantly. Why then are we not all doing A/B testing?
Twitter is becoming an increasingly important business tool and yet what we post which could easily be lost forever.
Unless you’ve been stuck under a rock for the past year or two, you’ll have noticed that mobile is reasonably big news.
Temporary websites are often the most tricky to build. Their transitory nature and short bursts of high traffic can be extremely demanding on both designer and developer.
Chris Coyer is best know for his work on CSS-Tricks a ever growing web design community. However, as you will discover in this interview it isn’t just limited to CSS.
At the last Future of Web Apps Ryan and Stanton had a chat with Francisco Tolmask about the work he’s doing on Atlas, Cappuccino and 280 slides.
Chris Lea works for Media Temple probably the best known hosting company within the web design world. He shares his advice on hosting and their experience of dealing with customer support.