I had mixed feelings about a campaign that a buyer rushed in a couple days ago. Still, we ran the ad, and, well, we ended with a bit of egg… Read more »
In the course of the various gigs and projects I’m involved in, I end up looking for and using contact information on literally hundreds of corporate web sites per year…. Read more »
I’m impressed by the work Photoflex, a lighting company, and its partner Olympus did at WebPhotoSchool. This site teaches you what kind of gear you need and how to use… Read more »
Philipp Lenssen lists common misuses and abuses of CSS such as layout-based class-names (e.g. “bigredtitle”), and "unspecified, undocumented, and forgotten class-names." I can relate to that, as I created my… Read more »
Deborah Christie: Annual Website Maintenance Checklist Since I’m currently writing a bunch of procedures, this reminds me I’ll need to do these cleaning tasks on a formal basis at some… Read more »
Baseline: New Balance: Shoe Fits Good case study if you’re interested in how IT can support business planning and retailing.
The Guardian: “Scientists have another solution for the notorious “French paradox” – the riddle of how a nation of alcohol-quaffing, croissant-munching gourmands stays healthy and slim, while a disproportionate number… Read more »
My buddy and (sleeping yet awake) business partner John "summer cold" Engler asks me to explain how I handled our change in URL structure last month at Up2Speed (2004 update:… Read more »
Jon Udell: "Take a test-driven approach, and your engineers will better design software and engage in risk-free refactoring. […] TDD solves a different set of problems. It does so by… Read more »
BlackBeltJones neatly charted the whole process from idea to live web site neatly so I don’t have to.