Designers and developers don’t have to be on the cutting edge, but they have to at least acknowledge their job is to serve those they are developing for. And I’m sorry, but mobile phones and social media are no longer cutting edge. They are just a given. My biggest pet peeve when dealing with tech […]
I hate it when Web developers ignore analytics. It tells exactly what browsers and devices to design for.
Today’s XKCD comic (4/29/2013) asked the question, “How long can you work on making a routine task more efficient before you’re spending more time than you save?”
NoScript started blocking superfish across pages I visited, including local HTML files and my own site. Some investigation found that IE View, a browser extension, was the culprit.
Create a sound solution and let the user accomplish what they set out to do. In order to do that I have a set of key points I hold up and get others to buy-into as the development process starts.
It is always best to keep user submitted forms simple, as a recent episode of This Week In Google on the TWiT network recently explored live, on-air.
Picking a smart phone really requires yourself to not pick sides, but rather ask yourself, do I want to live in the Google or Apple ecosystem?
Like millions I couldn’t log in to watch the stream until 40 minutes in. What I did see amongst the failures was the good if we just problem solve and not attack.