Tag Archives: web design

Rebuilding from the ground up

Last Wednesday (25th April) I gave a talk at the UX Oxford Speaker Series about the work I’ve been doing at the WDCS over the past year, and why to my friends it seemed like I had vanished off the face of the earth. It’s a wide-ranging talk, looking at the problems with the current site, our initial research and […]

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Egalitarianism and Progressive Enhancement

Progressive enhancement follows the Golden Rule because it is concerned with the “other”. That’s why accessibility is such a key part of building websites following the progressive enhancement philosophy. It’s about putting yourself in someone else’s shoes—someone whose abilities and situation probably differ from yours. We are a diverse lot after all. One hell of a read from Aaron […]

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Web design is responsive design

Today, anything that’s fixed and unresponsive isn’t web design, it’s something else. If you don’t embrace the inherent fluidity of the web, you’re not a web designer, you’re something else. Web design is responsive design, Responsive Web Design is web design, done right. Andy Clarke

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Campaign Monitor is hiring and now you want to work there

This is how you design for interest. Wonderful site. Via Denise

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dConstruct 2010

This is a longer post, longer than I anticipated, so the tl;dr version is: dConstruct 2010 was great The talks are available on the conference podcast page Commentary and reaction can be found on twitter Photos are on Flickr On with my ramble.

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