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  • Common design mistakes

    Posted by Joanna Eyre in Design 16 November 2011

    I recently had a bit of a rant on Twitter about receiving website mockups from print designers. I don’t have anything against print designers making websites, I think it’s great they are branching out, but it’s worth doing research before diving into the world of the web. With that in mind, as a front-end developer, I have taken the time to put together a list of common design mistakes I get when receiving PSD’s. 1.…

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  • Adobe Muse – The new Frontpage?

    Posted by Tom Kentell in Front-end Development, Software 15 August 2011

    Adobe have announced today that they've released a brand new authoring tool for web designers. Adobe, The market leader in all web design/dev related software? This must be amazing then! After all Adobe's Quality Engineer said the following:


  • Hiding content from users? From Google?

    Posted by Tom Kentell in CSS, Front-end Development 08 August 2011

    These days we often hide content or even context from our users because we make up for it in other ways (usually more aesthetically pleasing ways) by having place holder text in our text boxes or using an image for text (when there's absolutely no other alternative).