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.
As web designers and website owners we obsess about user experience. However, good user experience is about a lot more than having a great website.
A chef in a restaurant wants his food to be more than edible, he wants it to be delicious. As designers we should want our websites to be more than usable. Stephen Anderson shares techniques for delighting our users and ensuring they love our sites.
Sarah Parmenter joined us on our 12 hour marathon podcast to celebrate the shows 200th episode. She talks freelancing and iPhone development.
Jeffrey Zeldman and Ethan Marcotte talk about the third edition of Designing with Web Standards as well as discuss the future of the web.
Is it time for us to take a fresh look at the subject of accessibility? Phil Powell offers some thoughtful insights into how we might make the web a more accessible place – not just for those who are disabled, but for everybody.
I believe we live in a world where the hand-held web device equipped with an accelerometer is going to become more and more prevalent, and quickly.
Keeping up in the world of web design is tough. Things move fast and its hard to stay informed. In this post I share 10 ways that RSS can come to the rescue.
An increasing number of people are trading in the cubicle for home working. However, is home working really everything it is cracked up to be? I share what I have discovered after 7 years of home working.
Being a good designer is not always enough to survive hard economic times. You need to be efficient too.