After taking some time to play with the design as well as functionality, a new version of the Suckerfish HoverLightbox is here.
Posted: February 19, 2007
Source order is often overlooked, but can have disastrous effects on usability.
Posted: February 12, 2007
Headings are semantically useful for accessibility, usability, and readability. They’re very important in outlining a document structure and thought should be put into their inclusion and use.
Posted: February 05, 2007
Inspired by a post put together from Jonathan Snook, here’s a look into my development process.
Posted: January 29, 2007
This demo was put together in an effort to make very basic image editing easier for less technically inclined users. The main intention is to provided it as a component to include in a variety of applications including custom content management systems or Web applications.
Posted: January 22, 2007
DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith is a great resource for any Web designer/developer.
Posted: January 15, 2007
One of my favorite things about Web development is it’s openness. I love it how open the principles, practices, and techniques behind it are continually open for discussion. One of my top priorities when applying markup to a document is keeping semantics in mind. (X)HTML is a semantic markup language by nature, and it should […]
Posted: January 08, 2007
I can’t stress enough how important it is to keep tabs on yourself by properly testing your site in various environments. Cross platform, cross browser, and also just as important: cross technology. Many times, developers feel that if their disable the style of the document and see it naked. Another method I use on any […]
Posted: December 18, 2006
The Web Developer Extension and Firebug extension have proved to be most valuable to me when developing for the Web. Here’s an account of the features I find myself using every day in hopes that I can pass some information along to those who may not make use of these features.
Posted: December 11, 2006
You can love email, you can hate email. An opinion can vary from one extreme to the other when asking any group of people, but almost everyone using the Internet spends part of their day sending, receiving, and reading email. One thing that the majority can agree on is having a dislike for HTML emails. […]
Posted: December 04, 2006