Posts Tagged ‘web’
Three words help us to answer this question: “Touch Screen Innovation”. Apple’s iPad and iPhone utilize this technology to revolutionize the way users browse vertically through websites. As a result, modern site design allows for more height in the layout, requiring vertical scrolling. The overall web experience is naturally developing into a scroll and slide approach. Continue reading “To Squint or Scroll? That is the New Question…”
Google has now launched Google Doctype which, in their words, is
Google Doctype is an open encyclopedia and reference library. Written by web developers, for web developers.
What sets this apart from other “how-to’s” is the fact you can log in using your Google account and add to the information.
Subjects to covered are Silverlight, Semantic Web and Sharepoint. Might be worth a look.
I stumbled onto Eric Karjaluoto‘s post on How to disarm 10 difficult client observations/requests today. It’s a fun read which I found myself nodding along too. His take on the responses to give are good and can be easliy adapted to your style of client interaction.
I found this in Laura Carlson’s Web Design Update email. I’ve dropped a lot of email newsletters (RSS feeds is the way I normally keep up with industry news) but I’ve kept with Laura’s email – some of it duplicates the blogs I read anyway but every issue has something like Eric’s’ post that I might never have found.
Do yourself a favor and give her email a go.
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So now we have extensions to add-ons in Firefox. You can download YSlow now from the Yahoo! Developer Network and boost the results you get out of the excellent Firebug add-on. With YSlow you can analyze web pages that you are working on listing such things as:
- number of components (including their type)
- total size of the web page
- changes to make the page performance better