Monthly Archives: December 2009

Today’s Readings

A couple good reads from Ajaxian recently on new Google features: Speed Tracer: Google announces new tools and more thanks to the GWT team A busy Chrome week: Extensions, Web Sockets, and more This post seemed intriguing, until I actually … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

By a show of hands, how many of you make wireframes for your new client sites?  Okay, good.  Now, those of you that do, how do you share those wireframes with your clients?  Do you save them as PDFs and … Continue reading

Develop Mobile Apps Using Nothing but HTML, CSS and JS

Mobile app developers (and wannabes), listen up! If you already are a mobile app developer, you probably specialize on a single platform, be it the iPhone, BlackBerry, or other, because they all require that you use a different language to … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

A rather good article comes from 24Ways about what makes a website successful.  My fave comment is “Do you ask your clients why they have a website?”  When I first started in this business, if anyone asked me about making … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Okay, this will be brief, I just wanted to show a couple really cool articles I recently read…  :-) First up is a truly inspiring look at a few new HTML5 entities from 24Ways.  Remy Sharp focuses on two new … Continue reading