Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category

Interactive Wednesdays: How fast does your page load?

    Mark Gavalda’s Smashing article, The Ultimate Guide To Choosing A WordPress Host caught my eye as a possible resource for students about to embark upon purchasing their first domain names/hosting packages. So, I’m skimming along (thinking: will they read this? Will they make sense of this?) when I came across his reference to […]

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Interactive Wednesdays: CSS Audits

  In Susan Robertson’s CSS Audits: Taking Stock of Your Code on A List Apart right now you will learn to use tools such as Type-O-matic and  CSS Lint. She also reviews strategies for trimming down your code. What a fine way to finalize a web project.  

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History Thursday: Timelines

  I was talking about the history of the web (super briefly, in fact I made a joke that my version of the history of the web could serve as a script for a “Drunk History” episode) in a class about a week ago. I referenced Natalie Bookchin’s net.art history/timeline project, “A Story of Net Art”—a […]

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