If it doesn't fit in any of the other categories, but is still related to how we build and use the Web, well, it goes in this category.
A nice summary of when using sIFR is appropriate.
The first in a series of articles explaining Unicode.
Jakob Nielsen lists the kind of ads we hate the most.
A structured and sensible approach to web design.
A discussion on the pros, cons, and potential risks of using sIFR.
I’m going to write about something completely different for a change. If you’re not interested in this subject, I think…
Interesting method for making design problems easier to handle.
A new beta of Eric Meyer’s Slide Show system.
A description of problems caused by character encoding mismatches.
Eric Meyer has created a slide show system based on a single XHTML document.
A three-part article series on website acceleration.
The key results of recent eyetracking research done on news sites.
A beta version of Scalable Inman Flash Replacement 2.0 is now available.
A standard designed to increase usability and accessibility of plain text email newsletters.
An explanation of some very important differences between designing for print and for the web.
A growing collection of bullets and arrows.
Both designers and users need to adapt to the flexibility of the web.
Helps you develop the web better.
The latest technique for replacing HTML text with Flash.
Things to consider when making an about page for a website.