Learning Microformats

If you think it's time to really start gettng to grips with Microformats, then a few new things have just gone online. Roger Costello has a series of pretty in depth tutorials for most major microformats, while at Web Directions North…
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Got Gmail?

I am sure you have seen the Gmail invites going around (If not, check out whitespace, dezwozhere, jluster, minjungkim, widgetopia, wholelottanothing, and about 100 other sites). Well, just because it's the trendy thing to do these days: I…
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Pricing a Web Project

Brian Fling (full disclosure: one of my business partners) at Blue Flavor has authored an excellent post on Pricing a Project. If you are freelance web professional or even if you work in a small company where you are asked to price out…
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A Matter of Styles

Until recently, cascading style sheets (CSS) were the most tragically hip technology available online. Touted as the way to create page layouts by, well, the folks that wrote the specification, style sheets were long denied any serious…
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Favorite Color

Cameron Adams is holding a survey that he hopes will settle the dispute about whether designers are really any different from man walking down a street. He explains more in his post Designers vs. The Real World: Favorite color. If you are a…
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Giving Credit

There is something to be said about the lack of credit blogs and community news sites give to their sources. Make no mistake, Digital Web Magazine is a firm believer in the code of Weblog Ethics and follows those guidelines religiously.…
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The ROI of Web Standards

Following Doug Bowman's post on Throwing Tables Out the Window Richard Rutter has taken to task Real life savings through Web standards. This is very reminiscent of Keith Robinson's post on Web Standards ROI this last June. Shirley Kaiser…
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Serif vs. San-Serif

There is one rule in web design that we have stated many times before only to debate it and debate it again. We even went so far as to prove it and then defined it. I must admit serif typefaces look a lot better on a Mac with its aliasing,…
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