Aug 21, 2006 by Jonathan Christopher product ★★★★★ Usability is a subject, for one reason or another, that is often avoided by designers and developers. It is something that can’t be taught, or achieved by following a certain syntax, so many times it is looked at as an obstacle. In reality, it has a lot […]
Posted: August 21, 2006
Given this day and age of searching on the Web, it’s almost hard to find a legitimate 404 error page on any given site. It still happens from time to time, less likely from clicking a link provided by a search engine, and more likely clicking on internal links from within your own site. Some intelligent minds have come up with some really great and usable solutions for unwanted 404 errors.
Posted: July 10, 2006
As it stands, an author’s style sheet declarations will have precedence over any styles defined within a user’s style sheet. To level the playing field, we find !important. Adding this keyword combination after any declaration in your style sheet (as a user) will give your style the power to overcome what has been defined by […]
Posted: June 26, 2006
As a site developer, you truly have the most control over the presentation and usage of any project you’re working on. That is, unless your client feels equally. It is up to you how the navigation will work, where design elements are placed, and how the site content is conveyed to the user. With that […]
Posted: May 29, 2006
As mentioned in a previous article regarding CSS and projection, there are multiple forms of media to keep in mind when developing. In my personal opinion, the print stylesheet is a very important addition to any site. I find it frustrating when I come across an article I would like to print out, and the […]
Posted: May 01, 2006
Hyperlinks are what make the Internet its own. The concept of being able to connect documents with the click of a mouse was a major selling point of the Web and it is that basic functionality which makes the Internet so great. I’d like to take a quick minute to talk about the usability of […]
Posted: April 24, 2006
Using relative font sizes for Web design can be a great benefit to both the developer and the reader. Read about using em for font size.
Posted: March 13, 2006