Yesterday I posted my thoughts on each session as I went along. Today I have decided not to post on each individual session but rather sum up the overall lessons to be learnt from this year’s show.
Keynotes are never my favourite part of a conference. However, today’s presentation by Eric Meyer touched on an issue particularly close to my heart.
One of the most common questions I get emailed with is “what book would you recommend for XXX”. As I find myself continually recommending the same set I thought I would post a list of them here.
If you are a keyword addict or a stats junky then Google has just released your latest fix; Google Trends. This interesting little tool allows you to track the searches on a particular keyword.
It’s not often that I post on a site that has impressed me in this blog. Normally I reserve such things for my “interesting links” feed. However I have just discovered a new site called Think Vitamins and it has really impressed me.
With the launch of the new and somewhat improved Headscape site only days away, I find myself debating whether my approach has been the right one.
Well, I have just got home from the d.construct conference and want to post my last few impressions of the day.
Yet another live blog from the d.Construct conference here in Brighton UK. I have just been listening to Stuart Langridge speak on DOM scripting and found myself slightly concerned with some of the things he said.
Some random thoughts on the subject of the next generation of websites and my questions about how it will influence the mainstream.
It’s hard to keep up with everything that is going online. Even with RSS web feeds, it is still impossible to subscribe to every cool site about web design. Things will be missed. However, what about if you use the power of digg.com to find things for you?
Last night I finally found time to listen to Jeffrey Veen’s presentation (Beyond Usability: Designing the Complete User Experience) at the Web Essentials conference. It is definitely worth taking the time to listen to this one.
Robert Nyman and Vlad Alexander have published An Open Letter to WaSP, in which they call for a unified way of promoting web standards through a web standards charter.
I have just finished listening to Molly Holzschlag’s keynote speech at the Web Essentials conference in Sydney. As usual, Molly had some fascinating insights into the changing world of web development, but something about her presentation just did not sit right with me.
Over the last two days Australia has hosted the Web Essential conference 2005. Big name, big subjects, and you can listen to it all.
As anybody who listened to my last podcast will know, I was incredibly excited about the arrival of Dreamweaver 8. However, was my childlike delight justified? Did Dreamweaver 8 live up to my expectations?
Everyday I come across lots of articles relating to web design that are fair superior to anything I write here. Well thanks to a new web application, I have discovered I can now share them with you.
If you are a regular Photoshop user or know somebody who is then it is worth taking a look at this tutorial.
While in the process of rebuilding the Headscape website, I have come across the ultimate in WYSIWYG editors for your content management system.