Digital Convergence: Insight into the future of Web design

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Digital Convergence: Insight into the future of Web design Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Articles By Dirk Knemeyer Published on May 5, 2004 Much of what is written about the Web has to do with the problems developers encounter today, such as a lack of … Read moreDigital Convergence: Insight into the future of Web design

News : April 2002

News : April 2002 A new issue of A List Apart is out. In this issue Zeldman explains DOCTYPEs and how to use them in his article “Fixing Your Site With the Right DOCTYPE” [from Zelman, of course] April 12, 2002 at 7:12 AM Nick Finck For those of you who live and thrive in … Read moreNews : April 2002

News : November 2002

News : November 2002 Jim Byrne writes an excellent and well-stated introductory article about Understanding web typography. All the key points are here including the whole serif vs. sans serif debate, cross-platform issues with fonts, font size and even image headers vs. text headers. This is a good read and well-worth a bookmark. [from LucDesk] … Read moreNews : November 2002

News : December 2002

News : December 2002 Andy Cameron brings up some very good points in a small article entitled “Lay off the layout” that I think every Web Designer should read… especially if you have a formal design background or hail from the /files/includes/print.css side of graphic design. Wondering what “form vs. function” is all about? This … Read moreNews : December 2002

News : February 2003

News : February 2003 Another issue of Digital Web Magazine is now online for your reading pleasure. In this issue Jesse Nieminen takes up the challenge of pitting Adobe’s GoLive 6 against Macromedia’s Dreamweaver MX is what is perhaps the most aggressive side-by-side comparison reviews of WYSIWYG editors on the Web. It’s a close match, … Read moreNews : February 2003

News : August 2003

News : August 2003 Mark Pilgrim offers a great definition of the difference between using HTML to style a document versus using CSS: “…because table-based layouts and FONT tags and spacer GIFs are an ongoing nightmare, while CSS is only an up-front nightmare.” August 29, 2003 at 11:06 AM Britt Parrott A huge thumbs up … Read moreNews : August 2003