websites

Jun
25
Life of the homepage, Atlantic style

Life of the homepage, Atlantic style

Some really interesting research from The Atlantic, which seems to confirm a pet theory of mine: Readers mental model is
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Jan
27
The website obesity crisis

The website obesity crisis

Websites are getting obese – and we should care I neglected to link this when it first came out – but it’
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Oct
07

Unlimited no more

It feels like a long, long time ago now that the Guardian website was called “Guardian Unlimited”.
Oct
29

HTML for journalists - free

Knight Mozilla is running a free, two hour basic HTML course for journalists: Are you a journalist who is interested
Dec
24

Diet time for web pages…

While most of us pack on the pounds over Christmas, it appears that web pages have been doing it all
Oct
08

Twitter: the foundation of a new site launch?

From Dan Frommer’s progress report three months into his excellent SplatF blog: > Top traffic referrers include Techmeme, Twitter, and
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Sep
03
dConstruct 2010: John Gruber on why your site needs an auteur

dConstruct 2010: John Gruber on why your site needs an auteur

dConstruct is proving to be more a cultural conference rather than a design or tech one. And I don’t
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Sep
03

dConstruct 2010: discomfort, irritation and reducing

I’m down in Brighton for dConstruct, a conference I’ve heard plenty about over the years, but never actually
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Nov
30

What Publishers Need To Understand

One of the commenters on the Tim Luckhurst piece I posted about earlier hits the nail on the head: The
Aug
20

Why Gatekeepers and Sticky Sites Fail

This has been said many times, and in many ways, but Dave Winer has put it very clearly, and in