Category Archives: Web Development

Do We Need Another Web Browser?

The Internet is buzzing with the unofficial, official announcement from Google that they are planning to launching a new browser called Chrome. The browser has been rumored for a very long time, and on the surface sounds like a great … Continue reading

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Creativity and Innovation vs. Predictability

Web design is a creative art. We’ve all experienced situations where we’ve been wowed by a site with an exceptionally creativity design or functionality. However, we’ve also had frustrating experiences with sites that try too hard to buck the trends … Continue reading

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What is Your Goal for First-Time Visitors?

When it comes to first-time visitors of your website, they will be forming an opinion very quickly and that opinion can have a serious impact on the success of your website. Regardless of what you are attempting to accomplish with … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Show Your Visitors that You Don’t Care

If you’re not interested in your website’s visitors, here are 7 things you can do to make this clear to them. Continue reading

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Improving Navigation In 5 Simple Steps

Navigation is one of the most important elements of website usability. A good navigational structure can make visits much more pleasant for your users, and poor navigational structure can cause them to leave in frustration. Continue reading

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Redesign: Complete Overhaul or Just Upgrades?

Redesigning a website can be a huge project. In most cases, a complete redesign means starting from the ground up, which can be every bit as time consuming as designing a brand new website. The other option is to make smaller changes to update and upgrade the design rather than starting from scratch. Which is best for you? Continue reading

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Sub-Pixel Problems in CSS

One of the reasons some people prefer absolute sizing rather than using em and percentages is the inconsistent approach to rounding half pixels in Browsers. John Resig investigates the reasons.

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