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 »
I just looked under the hood in MT’s backend templates (mt/tmpl/cms) and I find plain old HTML 3.2 there. Maybe MT Pro will make it easier for customers and consultants… Read more »
Digital Web: "CSS can be ideal for use by information architects and interaction designers for rapidly developing prototypes for usability testing, review, and analysis. […] For those who want to… Read more »
Raffi Krikorian makes a good point I’ll keep in mind for our future internal redirection engine at MarketingWonk.
BlackBeltJones neatly charted the whole process from idea to live web site neatly so I don’t have to.
Matt Haughey: "These people scour the web for new interesting sites, constantly adding, editing, and tweaking their huge handmade taxonomy of all things web, while in the background millions of… Read more »
Erin Malone: “[G]etting your team or company to agree upon the framework and toolsets, and then remaining flexible within the overarching process structure will ultimately free you up to apply… Read more »
Jeff Freund: "The easiest way to understand interface scalability is to think through a simple question about your content management system: what happens to my job and the job of… Read more »
Adam Kalsey: "When I look at that job description, I can
Adaptive Path: "Every Web team has its own take on dividing up roles and responsibilities and implementing processes for design and development. Formal titles, job descriptions, and reporting structures can… Read more »