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Wireframing is About More than Just Visual Layout

posted on Jul 19, 2011.

In this article, I will be drawing on my own recent experience to consider the topic of wireframes. Most specifically, I will be considering how wireframes are about more than just establishing the visual layout for a website and should not be created entirely in a vacuum, but rather with thoughtful consideration to structure and even HTML.

A Simple Attribute for More Semantic HTML Forms

posted on Dec 8, 2010.

In this article, we will take a brief look at the concept of semantics and the Semantic Web, and then turn to one little, often overlooked but extremely useful little HTML attribute that can really help make your web forms more semantic (assuming you’re not using it already).

HTML (and CSS) Do Not a Website Make

posted on Oct 6, 2010.

As web designers and developers, we talk a lot about HTML and CSS. And, with the emergence of HTML5 and CSS3, it seems as though we are talking about them more than ever. Yet, despite all the great discussion, websites are about more than just HTML and CSS. In this article, we will look at the concept of the website as a larger, unified body of technologies and content, and consider the importance of this understanding for design.

Language and Metaphor: An Alternate View on Coding for the Web

posted on Mar 5, 2010.

Coding websites is often thought of as being a highly technical craft, but that fact remains that the foundation of all coding is the languages that are used to do it. In this first post in a two part series, we are going to take a different view of coding for the web, by looking at various coding languages as they relate to actual, human language.

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