Dave Rupert, of Shop Talk Show and Paravel fame, shares his ideas on creating deliverables for responsive design. I think it could be rephrased to just creating deliverables. He advocates breaking the website functionality into modules, independent from page structure. This can make projects easier to quantify, estimate, and price than page-based deliverables. I love stuff like this.
When you launch a new project there’s always a buzz of excitement, hope, and relief, but also that of fear of failure and disappointment. This is something I’ve experienced for all the projects I’ve been part of over the past eight years, to the point that I’m actively looking forward to the first failed launch….
Rob Cairns brings over 30 years of experience with technology to his role as agency owner and podcast host in the WordPress space.
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I love reading user studies like this recent one from Nielsen Norman Group, where they talk about the user experience for using the magnifying glass icon for search. All in all, they say it works quite well. Users tend to recognize the search icon even moreso than the “hamburger” icon that’s prevalent today, which they…
Here’s a roundup of some of the best WordPress and web design eBooks that I have read and enjoyed.
I’m a pretty big fan of Dave Pell’s NextDraft newsletter (subscribe and read my interview with him and Andrew Norcross!). It’s a mix of tech and current events, and today he talked about the bubble in tech. I’ll show the quote in context but it’s the last part that really got me thinking (emphasis mine): While…