demonstrating readers’ practices related to news websites. Produced by a group including the Poynter Institute, the Estlow Center for New Media, and Eyetools, Eyetrack III looks like essential reading for anyone managing the development of web projects.
A quick question:
Why do all ad/marketing/pr/web agency sites suck? For both personal and professional reasons I browse such sites on a regular basis, and the ONLY reaction they give me is to completely lose confidence that they have the slightest clue what they are doing.
There are exceptions, generally among very small shops like my friends at Plank, and even more so 37Signals, to single out two of the decent ones. But the big shops – they display nothing but complete ignorance of the web; which, in 2004, is equal to ignorance of the media and marketing world in general.
Patrick Griffiths of HTML Dog
is starting to look at HTML and CSS for Mobiles. If you’re been following the discourse over the use of CSS and standard, mostly-table-less XHTML for any amount of time, you’ve certainly bumped into the argument – one of the strongest, in theory – that future non-laptop/desktop computers accessing sites will benefit from such techniques. Griffiths is putting the proposition to the test.
Dynamic Text Replacement for the WWW. From A List Apart.
Fun design mini-site:
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