Category: Websites

Gracefully degrading your work

Gracefully degrading your work

There’s a web term you might not have heard before, although you would likely know it when you see it. It’s called graceful degradation, and it works like this: when you visit a website in a modern, standards-compliant web browser, you see all the bells...
What photography can teach us in the digital age

What photography can teach us in the digital age

To create something new requires making a series of decisions. When you’re creating, all you are doing is deciding what to leave in or leave out. And it takes discipline to leave the right stuff out. That’s why I love photography. There is no purer...
Talking With—Not At—Your Website

Talking With—Not At—Your Website

We were intrigued recently by a Medium post from Tomaž Å tolfa of Layer which explored the evolution of what he called “conversational interfaces” from DOS to the desktop trash can to instant messaging to more recent arrivals like SMS and Slack. His...
3 New Ideas about Usability on the Web

3 New Ideas about Usability on the Web

Designing a website for a client or rethinking the way a company or an organization displays information online can become commonplace tasks for marketers. But new ideas on usability, from passwords that are easier to remember but harder to crack to websites that...
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