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Whether considering your own site or somebody else’s, how do you make decisions about its development? What are the underlying principles that inform your entire approach to web design?
If you want a job in web design there are two options. First, get a job working for somebody else. Second, set up on your own. But which is better?
I seem to be doing a lot of video interviews lately. This one is for Hatched.fm and talks about everything from building community to what exactly my job is!
Some people have such imaginative ideas. I never understand why people complain about not being able to get enough exposure for their blog. All you have to do is something different or original! This…
I have to confess I don't agree with his attitude towards clients but he makes a lot of good points especially in regards to failure.…
Dan James from Silver Orange talks about their unique approach to working with clients and running their web design agency.
I came across an interesting article recently that made me weep with joy!
As web professionals we have a culture of long hours. This has to change.
In the closest thing we have to a web design popularity contest, its time to vote for this years SXSW panels.
Websites like Copyscape make it easier than ever to find other sites who have stolen your copy. However, should you care and how can you stop thieves.
Meet John the client. John runs a reasonably large website. He is a marketeer who considers himself smart, articulate and professional. That said, he doesn’t know much about web design and so needs your help.
As web designers we like to think we are shaping the web and that the web is changing the world. This is true, but there are other ways to transform the world and ourselves.