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With a book to finish and Christmas descending, the Boagworld blog and podcast is shutting its doors for a few weeks.
Everybody fears negative feedback and most of us tend to avoid it. But feedback is a crucial component of the web design process. We must learn to manage our fears.
As web professionals we love to complain that senior management don’t ‘get’ the web, but complaining achieves nothing. What can we practically do to tackle the senior management crisis?
Have you heard the term object oriented? Have you dismissed it as something that only applies to developers and techies? If so, think again.
The time was when almost all designers would present their designs to clients as an image file. However, web design has change and the role of static comps is being challenged.
Most organisations are failing to grasp the impact of digital and simply not adapting fast enough to the emerging post industrial economy.
Increasingly web developers are using similar agile development practices as those found in the software sector, but should designers be joining them?
In our sector (the web industry), what one near-future prospect scares you the most?
With more and more sites relying on technologies and techniques that hamper accessibility, there seems to be a move away from universal accessibility. But should we accept this as inevitable?
There are literally hundreds of CSS frameworks that make coding quicker and easier than ever before. But should we be using frameworks to develop live websites?
What exactly is the role of design? Is it to impress, seduce and wow us, or does it go deeper than that? Are we approaching design with the right attitude?
Increasingly the web design community is turning to responsive design, but where does that leave separate mobile websites? Are they a thing of the past?
As part of our season of podcast episodes on debates within the web design community, I want to look the impact flat design is having on usability.