Jeff Lash

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Jeff Lash Former Columnist Birthplace: Springfield, MA, USA Employer: Elsevier Title/Role: Product Director, MD Consult Personal Web site/Portfolio: jefflash.com Memorable Quotes: “No one wants a website. A website is just a way to help someone get whatever it is that they really want.” Digital Web Articles Three Ways to Improve External Search Engine Usability Published … Read moreJeff Lash

Jesse Nieminen

Jesse Nieminen Former Product Review Editor and Cover Artist Birthplace: Upper Michigan, United States Employer: http://www.sleepwalk.net/ Title/Role: Principal Personal Web site/Portfolio: http://www.sleepwalk.net/ Memorable Quotes: “Sometimes I feel like a hitman” Digital Web Articles Adobe Photoshop 5.5 Published on August 28, 2001 MetaCreations Painter 6.0 Published on August 28, 2001 Adobe After Effects 4.1 Published on … Read moreJesse Nieminen

Digital Web Magazine – News – Readership Question: Post Survey Q&A

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Readership Question: Post Survey Q&A Nick Finck February 3, 2006 at 2:07 PM Ok, now that we have wrapped up this year’s annual readership survey (results to come). I would like to pose a question to the readership. Traditionally the comments that are posted in the survey are not released in any fashion to the … Read moreDigital Web Magazine – News – Readership Question: Post Survey Q&A

Matthew Pennell

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Matthew Pennell Former Editor in Chief Birthplace: Hertford, UK Employer: Booking.com Title/Role: Senior Web Designer Personal Web site/Portfolio: The Watchmaker Project Memorable Quotes: “Sure, I’d like to learn Ruby on Rails, but my head is full.” Digital Web Articles Pro JavaScript Techniques Published on December 26, 2006 Book Review: Bulletproof Ajax Published on April /files/includes/10.css, … Read moreMatthew Pennell

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Search Install the Mozilla Firefox Digital Web Search Plugin. Or, grab it from Mycroft at Mozilla Development. Your search for “Annual Readership Survey” matched 167 pages: News: Winter Break Yes it’s Wednesday and you are probably coming here to look for the new… Page: Reader Survey Results January 2005 – December 2005 Demographics Age Gender … Read moreDigital Web Magazine

Meryl K. Evans

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Meryl K. Evans Contributing Editor Birthplace: Fort Worth, TX Employer: meryl.net Title/Role: Content Maven: writer * editor * researcher Personal Web site/Portfolio: meryl.net Memorable Quotes: “Content is a great way to build relationships, personal and professional.” Digital Web Articles Hugh Forrest Published on February 3, 2002 Geoffrey Hiller Published on March 19, 2002 Adam Greenfield … Read moreMeryl K. Evans

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Search Your search for “Annual Readership Survey” matched 148 pages: News: Favorite Color Cameron Adams is holding a survey that he hopes will settle the dispute about… News: Ezines, mags, zines, and blogs, oh my Today’s topic within the web community seems to be publishing. In specific… News: 15 April 2002, 8:36 AM NetDiver.net releases … Read moreDigital Web Magazine

Molly E. Holzschlag

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Molly E. Holzschlag Former Associate Editor Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, United States Employer: Molly.Com, Inc Title/Role: President Personal Web site/Portfolio: http://www.molly.com/ Memorable Quotes: “Working as a Web designer demands a sense of compromise. I call it ‘Control Freak Zen Master.’ You learn to control whatever you can about your designs–and the moment you can no … Read moreMolly E. Holzschlag

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

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.

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?

Digital Fashion

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Digital Fashion Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Articles By Daniel Jenett Published on November 23, 1999 Design is the visual expression of thoughts and feelings, and combines rational and emotional conditions. In digital media the focus is shifted to functionality, primarily because the development is … Read moreDigital Fashion

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