Articles

Articles We publish articles on virtually every topic related to creating and maintaining websites—web design, web development, information architecture, business, and usability. Our volunteer authors and columnists are experts in their fields, offering insights, tutorials, and explorations of a wide range of subjects that talk directly to the professionals in our industry. Form vs. Function: … Read moreArticles

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews Publishers release thousands of web-related books each year. How effective, important, well-written, or useful are these guides? When a book is highly anticipated or looks particularly interesting, we publish a review by a staff member or contributing author, outlining who it’s written for, what you’ll learn, and if it’s worth your hard-earned money. … Read moreBook Reviews

Live: InfoCamp 2008 – Unconference: Using openspace for collaboration

Live: InfoCamp 2008 – Unconference: Using openspace for collaboration Nick Finck September 27, 2008 at 4:00 PM Add to Delicious or Add to My Yahoo! Bryce Johnson is giving a talk about unconferences, what they are, how they came to being. He starts off his talk about barcamp and how that spurred the first generation … Read moreLive: InfoCamp 2008 – Unconference: Using openspace for collaboration

Interviews

Interviews Carolyn Wood Former Editor in Chief Our timely exchanges with top industry experts in areas such as web design and development are informative and not to be missed. Whether it’s an in-depth, entertaining profile or quickly touching base with our penetrating “Five Pertinent Questions,” we talk with the web professionals who fascinate us most, … Read moreInterviews

News : September 2008

News : September 2008 New Issue: Tools for Concept Designing Victor Lombardi returns to Digital Web this week with a particularly compelling contribution, Concept Design Tools. Fresh off his presentation at Euro Information Architecture Summit, Victor brings practical tools for setting the foundation for forward-thinking concepts and set aside technical or situational constraints. From the … Read moreNews : September 2008