CAP&Design Interview

I’m featured in two articles in the latest issue (8/2005) of Swedish design magazine CAP&Design. In the articles I talk a lot about accessibility and web standards, subjects that many web designers reading the magazine really need to be made aware of.

The articles are not available online, so you’ll need to get hold of a physical copy of the magazine if you want to read them. A decent knowledge of Swedish will also help.

Posted on September 24, 2005 in Accessibility, Interviews, Quicklinks, Web Standards

Comments

  1. That is quite awesome. It’s good someone from a swedish computer magazine have noticed you, your skills and your influence on todays web development.

    Maybe I should get a copy myself.

  2. Congratulations. Now we are all waiting for the swimsuit issue.

  3. That’s great man! Congratulations on the exposure. You know, it’s easy to lose sight of the need to spread the word on Web Standards when you work with them every day.

  4. Congrats Roger! Great to see that CAP&Design slowly move more and more towards web usability and accessibility and not only focus on the visual side of web design. I’m looking forward to reading the article.

  5. September 25, 2005 by Roger Johansson (Author comment)

    Thanks! :-)

    Chris: I don’t think the swimsuit issue will be out until April next year.

    Johan: I think it’s great too. My understanding is that they really want to focus more on best practices and the fusion of usability, accessibility, and visual design.

  6. I´ve read the article yesterday and it nice to see that even a graphic design magazine has started to write about standards. Hopefully a bunch of “webdesigners” will understand the benefits of standards, but still make good design.

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