It's a universal truth that there's more than one meaning to just about every word. This is doubly true for industry lingo. If you're just getting started in web design, you need to know what everything really means, if you want to get ahead. So here it is: here's what the Secret Web Design Illuminati … Continue reading The Alternative Dictionary of Web Design
I just put the finishing touches on a web site project for the law firm of Hicken, Scott, Howard and Anderson.
From the master type designers at H&Co, thirty-nine striking examples of brand typography.
Microsoft will end support for all versions of Internet Explorer except for the latest one available on supported operating systems. Clearly, it’s the company’s strategy to woo customers over to Microsoft Edge. For most consumers, upgrading to a new browser will probably not be too much of a problem especially if automatic updates are turned … Continue reading Death To Internet Explorer
Flash is dead. Finally. Today, open standards like HTML5 have matured and provide many of the capabilities that Flash ushered in. Our customers have clearly communicated that they would like our creative applications to evolve to support multiple standards and we are committed to doing that. So today we are announcing Animate CC, previously Flash … Continue reading Flash is Dead
They’re calling it, “Watchable.” Catchy. Aaron Tarantola reports for Engadget: All this video is going to be curated and bundled up for the viewing pleasures of Comcast’s Xfinity X1 box owners (and the lucrative advertising potential they hold). The service will be set top-only at launch but will eventually migrate to iOS and Android apps … Continue reading Comcast “Watchable”