On the afternoon train down to Portland– just beyond the usual giddiness I feel on the train heading with Kevin, a good friend and super-talented UX colleague, to one of my favorite cities w/ our bikes safely stowed in the luggage car– there was a tightness in my gut as I looked over the conference [...]
CSS was a breakthrough for its time: with one file, we could change an entire site’s look and feel. Its beauty and power lied in that we didn’t have to repeat ourselves. But these days, it seems like we need a CSS for CSS! Developers often have to copy and paste colors, vendor prefixes, and [...]
I can’t believe it myself, but it’s actually been two months since I got back from the Breaking Development conference I attended in Orlando. It was my first time in Florida and given the state of our weather back home, I welcomed the opportunity to soak up some sun. To try and save some money, [...]
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about mobile myths which was a summary of a session I attended at this year’s Information Architecture Summit in New Orleans. In this post I will summarize the rest of the sessions I attended during the summit.
We haven’t been very good about the blog this month, but we’ve just made a big list of the next month’s worth of posts, plus a schedule for harassing the authors if the posts aren’t forthcoming, so we hope to get back on track. I’m kicking off our newfound resolve to blog with the May [...]