Posts from the ‘Web Design’ category

Dealing With Negative Nelly Web Designers

Several times a week, I walk past a commercial office furniture warehouse. There is signage–a series of photos and text–running the length of one side of…

Read article

The Rise of the Side-Mounted Feedback Link

I’ve been meaning to mention a recent web design trend: the side-mounted feedback link. I think I first spotted the link on BrightKit’s site: Now that…

Read article

The Victoria Fringe and Structured Data

When you spend as much time as I do exploring the shiny and the brand new in the technology world, it’s easy to forget that the…

Read article

Ignore The Following Fields

Two weeks ago I stayed at the Sheraton Wall Centre for a few days. I made liberal use of their Internet access (priced at about CAN…

Read article

Clean is Happy, and the Prospects for Video-Centric Websites

Via Amber, I discovered the unusual design for Washlet.com, a site promoting a, uh, toilet. The site is more or less entirely comprised of little bits…

Read article

Client Plug: Web Design and Developer Survey Results

Last month we ran a (quite unscientific) survey about web design and development for our client, Nitobi. For those webby types among you, we’ve just published…

Read article

The Mainstream Media Seems Really Apathetic About Broken Links

I’m pretty sure that everybody in the mainstream media now appreciates that the web is a pretty big deal. Newspapers and TV stations have finally accepted…

Read article

Client Plug: Complete Our Web Design Survey, Win an iPod Nano

Over at my day job, we’re running a little web design and development survey for Nitobi. I know some designer and developer types read my blog,…

Read article