Alan K’necht

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Alan K’necht Former Columnist Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Employer: K’nechtology Inc. Title/Role: President and Senior Internetologist Personal Web site/Portfolio: About Alan K’necht Memorable Quotes: “Remember the first two Ws in WWW stand for World Wide.” Digital Web Articles Making Cents from Information Architecture Published on January 22, 2003 The ROI of ROI Published on March … Read moreAlan K’necht

Ben Henick

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Ben Henick Former Copy Chief Birthplace: New York, New York, United States Employer: Ben Henick Title/Role: Web Author At-Large Personal Web site/Portfolio: http://www.io.com/persist1/ Memorable Quotes: “…good, effective design is really the only way to transcend the Standard Operating Procedure of the Web and turn it into a unique experience… on the order of a novel … Read moreBen Henick

Christina Wodtke

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Christina Wodtke Former Information Architecture Advisor Birthplace: Evanston, IL Employer: Yahoo! Title/Role: “Information Architect” Personal Web site/Portfolio: eleganthack.com boxesandarrows.com Memorable Quotes: “Fluffy tail! Fluffy tail!” Digital Web Articles Mind your phraseology! Published on August 13, 2002 Eat Me, Drink Me, Push Me: In which the subtle arts of the interface are examined. Published on December … Read moreChristina Wodtke

Craig Saila

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Craig Saila Former CSS Developer Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Employer: Bell Globemedia Interactive Title/Role: Web Producer, Finance Sites Personal Web site/Portfolio: saila.com Memorable Quotes: “Whatever you do, please don’t ‘click here’.” Digital Web Articles Christopher Schmitt Published on January 29, 2003 Andrew B. King Published on May 15, 2003 Mark Newhouse Published on June 17, … Read moreCraig Saila

Adding Value through Search Engine Optimization

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Adding Value through Search Engine Optimization Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Columns > The $ & Sense of IT By Alan K’necht Published on June 12, 2003 To ensure that the companies you work for (as full-time employees, consultants, or contractors) succeed, you must ensure … Read moreAdding Value through Search Engine Optimization

Ian Lloyd

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Ian Lloyd Contributing Writer Birthplace: Southampton, UK Employer: Nationwide Building Society, UK Title/Role: Senior Internet Designer Personal Web site/Portfolio: My VW air-cooled fetish My photography ‘bit on the side’ Personal blog Accessify (web accessiblity site) Memorable Quotes: “Beefcake” @media 2006 Digital Web Articles CSS Styling for Print and Other Media Published on November 20, 2006 … Read moreIan Lloyd

A word on tire-kickers, charlatans and opportunists.

A word on tire-kickers, charlatans and opportunists. Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Articles By Wanda Cummings Published on October 15, 2000 There are several types of clients who will rob you of your time and energy and should be dealt with cautiously or weeded out … Read moreA word on tire-kickers, charlatans and opportunists.

A User-Centered Approach to Selling Information Architecture

A User-Centered Approach to Selling Information Architecture Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Columns > IAnything Goes By Jeff Lash Published on February 20, 2003 One of the most popular topics for discussion among those practicing Information Architecture is “selling IA.” There is a constant struggle … Read moreA User-Centered Approach to Selling Information Architecture

Christopher Schmitt

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Christopher Schmitt Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Interviews By Craig Saila Published on January 29, 2003 Digital Web: What should come first: the chicken—information and graphic design—or the egg—functionality? Or should there even be a “first” on the Web? Christopher Schmitt: Yes, there is a … Read moreChristopher Schmitt

Computers: An Illustrated History

Computers: An Illustrated History Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Reviews > Book Reviews By James McNally Published on August 24, 2002 Taschen have turned their considerable talents for producing stunning art books to the computer, producing this lavish volume full of photographs of long-forgotten machines … Read moreComputers: An Illustrated History

Computer-Based Music Production on a Budget

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Computer-Based Music Production on a Budget Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Reviews > Product Reviews By Jesse Nieminen Published on April 21, 2004 As Web and multimedia firms broaden their service repertoires to stay competitive in today’s tight market, many of them are bringing music … Read moreComputer-Based Music Production on a Budget

Content

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Content Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Columns > DigiSect By Stephen Van Doren Published on November 6, 2001 “This article will be 750 words long exactly, or you can have your money back.” Several months ago, I went into great detail about the process that … Read moreContent

Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation

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Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Reviews > Book Reviews By James McNally Published on July 23, 2002 Overview This is the third CSS book I’ve reviewed in the past two months, and you’d think that I’d be getting … Read moreCascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation

Dear Marketer: Have you ever looked into the wrong end of a telescope?

Dear Marketer: Have you ever looked into the wrong end of a telescope? Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Articles By Bryan Eisenberg Published on April 2, 2003 Everything’s little. Often, that’s the way interactive marketers view their world. The web has been called the most … Read moreDear Marketer: Have you ever looked into the wrong end of a telescope?