28th Feb 2007
Aim joins the saturated personal-profile market with Aim Pages.
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Visual Vs. Structural
Tommy Olsson has written a great article (at Accesites.org) which tries to define the two approaches a web designer may take when coming up with a web [...]
10 High-Profit Redesign Priorities
Jakob Nielson lists 10 high priority re-design priorities. It's a list of things you should consider if your aim is to increase return on investment w [...]
Getting Into Google
A really informative article on some of the things Google suggests you do to make high-ranking web pages that turn up in their search results. Some of [...]
Test your pages in various browsers security settings
It's always good practice when developing web pages to test them in browsers with default settings as it is most likely that your users wil [...]
Glasgow Art Fair
The dates for this year's Glasgow Art Fair are 15th - 18th April 2004The Glasgow Art Fair is Scotland's National art fair. Now in its ninth consecut [...]
It's probably not a new concept nor is it rocket science but it's helluva useful and I haven't seen it anywhere else. And in the light of the recent f [...]
The Business Case for Web Standards Wiki
Chris Heilmann has set up a Business Case for Web Standards Wiki with the aim of encouraging people to start inputting their information and experienc [...]