Posts in the News category
14 October 2010 by
Earlier in the year, I found myself twiddling my thumbs on a few occasions when freelance web design work seemed to be very slow.
29 September 2010 by
Internet Explorer 9 has been released in beta form with a full release due in the next few months. As a web designer and front end developer, I've been looking forward to the new browser.
05 September 2010 by
Last Friday, I attended dConstruct, which is a web design and development conference in Brighton, UK. One of the presentations that really grabbed me was Information is Beautiful by David McCandless.
29 July 2010 by
I'm always on the look-out for good value web design conferences with great speakers and New Adventures in Web Design in Nottingham in January 2011 satisfies both those criteria.
13 July 2010 by
Yesterday evening, I attended a London Web Standards Group meeting which was a Q and A with Andy Budd about UX. The meeting took place in a pub called the The Square Pig and about 40-50 people turned up.
04 January 2010 by
The growth of the iPhone app store and market has been phenomenal in recent years. Many websites and blogs have developed their own iPhone applications as a way of promoting their brand.
14 December 2009 by
I have been thinking about what I might do with this blog next year because I want to do something that would be (for me) a bit different. I have been wanting to redesign for a while and here's an idea that I am considering.
07 December 2009 by
This is the time of year when online advent ‘calendars’ spring to life. As a web designer/developer, I don’t mean those nice pictorial calendars that we give to children but instead websites that publish an article a day for the first 24 days of December. Here are three that are aimed at geeks, developers, or web designers.
19 October 2009 by
Have you ever wanted to get more insight into the thinking behind a website redesign? I know I have. Well, there's an interesting open design process happening at the moment with the redesign of the CannyBill website.
04 August 2009 by
Ryan Taylor has been producing a series of video interviews with famous web folks for a few months. The series is called Please Start from the Beginning.