A List Apart is posting their second annual survey for “people who make websites.” The results from last year were very interesting. If you are somehow involved in designing, developing, writing, producing, or managing websites, I encourage you to participate … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2008
We’ve gotten very good at finding what we’re looking for online. Ever since the early days of AltaVista, Lycos and DogPile we’ve become experts at finding Thai restaurants in Hoboken, NJ and singing telegrams in Anchorage, AK. Just type a … Continue reading
Every now and then incomplete web content gets launched completely by accident. I call this nausea-inducing act “bumping into the mouse trap” because it always takes longer to gingerly reset the trap then it does to trigger it. Oh, and … Continue reading
When I first started exploring web design and journalism nearly 10 years ago I thought paper prototyping was silly. Paper…really? Web design was beyond paper, I scoffed. I used the cutting-edge design tools like Photoshop 5 that actually let me … Continue reading
I took some photos yesterday when Justine and I drove through Rocky Mountain National Park. You can find the photos here. Enjoy.