Product Reviews

Product Reviews Our detailed reviews of recently released software and hardware products are written by staff members and contributing authors. We only provide reviews of products that we consider of special interest to our readership, and don’t accept submissions or suggestions from manufacturers or their affiliates. Adobe Photoshop 5.5 Published on August 28, 2001 MetaCreations … Read more

News : April 2008

News : April 2008 The Potential of LinkedIn Groups LinkedIn debuted a Groups feature a while back. Being the habitual UX explorer that I am, I set up a few groups, including one for Digital Web readers. While LinkedIn has been slow to open up the directory to display all the new groups, external networks … Read more

It Takes All Types

It Takes All Types Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Columns > Pro Dot Con By Peter Fielding Published on July /files/includes/10.css, 2001 I had a month off, and I spent it bitching and whining. It was splendid, wasn’t it? Well, now we’re right back in … Read more

Digital Web Magazine

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: Article: Survey Monkey Don’t let the odd name fool you—this is one monkey you could use… News: 2004 Annual Readership Survey Well, we have received a lot of responses … Read more

News : May 2008

News : May 2008 IETester – the answer to our prayers? Via Ajaxian comes word of a new way to test in different versions of Internet Explorer. IETester is a separate browser that allows you to select the rendering engine to use with each tab you open. My quick and dirty testing seems to indicate … Read more

User Experience


User Experience Got something to say? Share your comments on this topic with other web professionals In: Columns > Pro Dot Con By Peter Fielding Published on September 24, 2001 In a downward spiral from last month’s discussion of community, I lost a bet with Digisect columnist Stephen Van Doren, and agreed to do a … Read more


Articles by Title # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # /files/includes/10.css Reasons Clients Don't Care About Accessibility /files/includes/10.css Tips For Your First Email Campaign 11 Ways to Improve Landing Pages 3D PopArt 2.0 for … Read more

Web standards designers heading toward academia?


Web standards designers heading toward academia? Tiff Fehr June 12, 2008 at 4:28 PM Add to Delicious or Add to My Yahoo! Is web design and web standard thinking—formerly a self-teaching badge of honor—heading into academia? Today NYC’s School of Visual Arts announced a new MFA program in Interaction Design, to launch “fall of 2009”. … Read more


Contributors (AWS), Amazon Web Services Contributing Writer(s) Adanc, Mac Cover Artist Alcantara, Lea Contributing Writer Alexander, Keith Contributing Writer Allen, Dean Contributing Writer Allsopp, John Former Columnist Almond, Michael Contributing Writer Almqvist, Pär Contributing Writer Alvin, Jennifer Former Assistant Book Review Writer Amos, Jim Contributing Writer Andersson, David “liorean” Andersson Contributing Writer Andrew, Rachel Contributing … Read more

Articles by Topic: Community

Articles by Topic: Community Time To Change Published on December 11, 2008 Interview: Aarron Walter Published on October 28, 2008 head Conference Q&A with Aral Balkan Published on October 7, 2008 Portable Social Networks, The Building Blocks Of A Social Web Published on July 1, 2008 Integrating Social Media into a Web Content Strategy Published … Read more

Articles by Date

2008 2008/12/11 : Time To Change 2008/11/25 : Is The Web Really Helping Us Find New Music? 2008/11/18 : RESTful CSS 2008/11/12 : Are Accessibility Statements Useful? 2008/11/11 : Review: Website Optimization 2008/11/04 : Extract: Know Your Site 2008/10/28 : Interview: Aarron Walter 2008/10/21 : Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong 2008/10/07 : head Conference Q&A; with Aral Balkan 2008/09/30 : Concept Design Tools … Read more

Jonathan Snook

Former Columnist Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Employer: Freelance Title/Role: Web Developer and Consultant Personal Web site/Portfolio: Memorable Quotes: “Anything is possible. It’s just a matter of how much time or how much money.” Digital Web Articles Powering the Web with HTTP Published on June 28, 2005 Variable Scope for New Programmers Published on October 17, 2005 … Read more

Polar bears online

Nick Finck February 5, 2005 at 11:57 AM Add to Delicious or Add to My Yahoo! It appears that the entire first edition of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web by Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville (AKA “The Polar Bear Book”) is now all online for your reading pleasure right here. I still have a hardcopy of the … Read more

What’s New

12/3/2003 11:07:52 PM – Posted by Nick Finck: It is now officially winter and the cold weather outside makes it a good time for those indoor projects. Something a lot of sites have been meaning to do is to implement globalization. Thankfully we have Ken Westin to write a great article about how to implement Web Globalization On A Local … Read more

The Age of Information Architecture

By Jeff Lash This month’s issue of Digital Web focuses entirely on information architecture, and this is the first monthly column titled “IAnything Goes” which will address information architecture on its own. What’s the big deal here? Why is IA important? If you don’t care about IA, why should you? In the beginning, there was the … Read more


New This Month Columns: Wide Open: The redesign of Published on 11-19-2002 Columns: IAnything Goes: Information Architecture is not Usability Published on 11-19-2002 Interviews: An interview with Dr. Jakob Nielsen, usability expert Published on 11-13-2002 Features: Accountability of Accessibility and Usability Published on 11-05-2002 New Last Month Book Reviews: The Elements of the User Experience Published on 10-29-2002 Columns: … Read more