Cognitive load and the rule of seven (or how many is too many)

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Ok, so I have done some deep researching about “how many is too many” (as far as links and information bits on a page) and I thought I would share some of this with the Digital Web Magazine readership. Most of my research pointed to this paper, The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: Some … Read moreCognitive load and the rule of seven (or how many is too many)

Giving Credit

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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. What is very interesting is the number of blogs and sites out there who clearly gathered … Read moreGiving Credit

The ROI of Web Standards

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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 also voiced in with her comments recently. Doug followed up his post with a post on Projected Savings. For the record, I never had … Read moreThe ROI of Web Standards