These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
A colour blind person’s views of how colour blindness affects web browsing. It rarely does.
Make your site accessible to all human visitors and your search engine rankings will improve.
Kevin Hale at Particletree has compiled a list of typography resources. I added a few more.
On November 14, 2005, the third round of submissions for English language sites will open. Got a great site? Come join the network!
The RSS platform in Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista will only support feeds that are well-formed XML.
Looking for a reason to go to New Zealand? The Webstock conference is a really good one.
Information that may help you choose between HTML and XHTML for the next website you produce.
Once a showcase for commercial websites embracing web standards, Disney Store UK is now a prime example of regressive web development.
Robert Scoble lists twelve reasons web entrepreneurs aren’t using Microsoft’s software.
Apple Safari is the first officially released browser to pass the Acid2 browser test. Safari 2.0.2 also seems to fix the FOUC problem.
Some guidelines to make developing and maintaining large CSS files in a team environment easier.
A story of what can happen when a client brings in an SEO consultant to improve search engine rankings.
A look at how well government websites in New Zealand adhere to web standards.
Mike Davies’ notes and recollections from a media briefing on the topic of PDF accessibility.
What do you want to see in sIFR 3? Let the developers know, and you might get it.
Being able to set the minimum and maximum values for margin and padding would be very handy for liquid layouts.
Covering two approaches to designing for mobile devices: handheld stylesheets and mobile-specific sites.
Fully flexible source order of columns, equal height columns, and vertical grids - all in the same layout.
Many useful tips for increasing the usability of web based forms. I do have a few reservations about some of the tips.
Phil Sherry is looking for some local people to work on a web project in Stockholm, Sweden.