Category Archives: Web design

A List Apart industry survey

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

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Premature launches – or bumping into the mousetrap

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

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Google opens Website Optimizer

Google released their Website Optimizer platform last week for general use. It has only been available to sites using Google AdWords in the past, but now can be used by anyone to enhance site performance. This is great news for … Continue reading

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Adobe launches web-based Photoshop Express

Adobe launched the web-based Photoshop Express recently and I’m trying to figure out if it’s any better or worse than Flickr’s  (picnik.com) web-based image editing tool.  Adobe offers 2GB of storage, which is better storage than the free Flickr account, … Continue reading

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