Ever stared at a blank Photoshop screen and just needed to “get started designing”? Ever been handed a 40 page spec sheet that you needed to build from? Ever wonder if this feature should even be built in the first place? (more…)
My latest round of articles here have been spawned as retorts, replies and general questions to the comments of others in the web community. I quote these folks so that they get the proper credit for what they said, but I fear that my latest posts could be construed in a manner in which I do not intend — as antagonizing. So, please allow me to state that I am not attempting to call out these brilliant minds to defend their declarations, per se. I’m seeking answers to the questions I have as a result of the things they have said regarding browser version targeting.
So, I’ve talked to a few colleagues and had an additional 24 hours to mull this meta declaration proposition over — the browser version targeting idea. Did it help to change my mind? Am I convinced that version targeting is a good idea now? If you care about my surface level observations today as they compare to yesterday, you’ll have to click the link to read more.
The web development community continues to comment on Opera v. Microsoft, the W3C, and what is needed to propel this industry forward in the next decade. The latest installments are by Jeff Croft and Alex Russell and I simply can’t agree with their take on what would make things better. (more…)