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.
The iPhone has become an obsession. If we don’t pay attention, we’ll have a mobile web that only works on the iPhone.
All of a sudden the site you have been working on for months is approved and the client wants it live. However, things can still go horribly wrong if you are not prepared.
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.
If the iPhone is so difficult to use, why is it still regarded as a game changer by both the design and business worlds? Because it does several important things right, but most of all because it’s fun. Fun is the New Usable As a user experience designer, I thought my job was to make […]
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.
I often get asked what my favourite iPhone applications are. Its hardly surprising considering the excessive number of application I buy and the amount I go on about it. I therefore thought it was about time that I compiled a list of my favourites.