It’s been ages since I have given away free stuff on boagworld so thought it was about time I changed that. A few emails with moo.com later and we have ourselves a competition.
What makes an expert? Is it hours worked, mistakes made, lessons learnt, or just the ability to speak with confidence?
Whether you are a designer, developer or website owner you can save time and money by recycling the existing outputs of your job.
I have recently been writing a lot of articles elsewhere on the web. In this post I give a summary of the best.
I have been recording the Boagworld Podcast for over 5 years now and yet we have never built a website as part of the show. Its time for that to change.
If you are attending this years SXSW conference in Austin Texas then I would love to meet up.
With the Boagworld podcast returning next week, it is time for me to brief you on all you “need to know”.
This week has a slight UX flavour by exploring help content for users, the best UX books for beginners and how to motivate yourself through creative blocks.
This week, we make a collection of resources that hit the web this week, including iPhone and iPad development kits, the best apps and websites for any web designer, and HTML5 Boilerplate: A rock solid default for HTML5 awesome.
This week: The magic behind Amazon’s $2.7bn question, kick ass kickoff meetings and can you build an app in 10k?
This week: The 7 sins of web project management, Safari Extensions and Unicorn, an all-in-one validator from the W3C.
This week: Why the fold doesn’t matter, big wins with quick changes and what’s the best size for a search box?
This week: A presentation from Relly about Microcopy, using Twitter for customer testimonials and saying ‘no’ to clients.
This week: A new BBC News homepage on the way, Using CSS3 and media queries to make robust background images that fill the browser and learning to love vendor prefixes.
This week: The Boagworld Podcast goes off air, how to design better and faster, using stories in your design ideas and how to think from a users perspective.
Sometimes you need to leave behind the best things to embrace something new. That is what I want to do with Boagworld and I would encourage you to do the same.
This week: A psychologist’s view of web design, a gaggle of usability testing posts, the need for speed and inspiration kills.