Archive for June, 2011

Is the Designer Always Right?

Is the Designer Always Right?

| June 21, 2011 | Comments (0)

Due to a few interesting posts on Forrst.com and some interesting client interactions, I have been contemplating the designers ideal role in website creation. It was not long ago that I found myself constantly frustrated because, as the designer I had made informed decisions that people chose to ignore. Much of my energy was being […]

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Code injection, error throwing

Code injection, error throwing

| June 11, 2011 | Comments (0)

In a blog, Opera Software Developer Relations team member Tiffany B. Brown looks at code injection, error throwing and handling and mobile debugging. She notes Opera Dragonfly and its remote debug features provide a way to debug mobile sites from their desktop. Brown mentions WebKit’s recently added remote debugging capabilities, folded into Google Chrome developer […]

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The State – Sort of – of HTML5 Audio

The State – Sort of – of HTML5 Audio

| June 10, 2011 | Comments (0)

The State – Sort of – of HTML5 Audio Scott Schiller discusses the high level of hype around HTML5 and CSS3. The two specs render ”many years of feature hacks redundant by replacing them with native features,” he writes in an insightful blog. Blogging, he says: CSS3’s border-radius, box-shadow, text-shadow and gradients, and HTML5’s <canvas>, […]

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6 Things Dissenters Don’t Know About WordPress

6 Things Dissenters Don’t Know About WordPress

| June 2, 2011 | Comments (0)

Yesterday I was asked to defend WordPress’ against 400lbs gorilla Drupal at local marketing group LA2M. Having used both systems for some time, I have a strong sense as the pro’s and con’s of each platform (neither is perfect). Of course WordPress is my top choice and I do have reasoning to back it up which I communicated to the […]

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