Typography, I find, is still a bit of mystery to a lot of designers. The kind of typography I’m talking about is not your typical “What font should I use” typography but rather your “knowing your hanging punctuation from your em-dash” typography. Call me a little bit purist but this bothers me.
One thing that I love about CSS3 is is the new addition of selectors that allow us to target elements specifically without relying on the class, id or other element attribute, and one that we will cover here is the following selector, :first-of-type.
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User experience (UX) is one of the most important aspects of a website’s design and structure. It determines how visitors interact with the site, how they feel while using it, and their overall experience.
On July 9th, a good friend of mine reached out to me with a problem. As a very risk-averse webmaster, he constantly plunges into the numbers, especially anchor text diversity, in order to make sure his site is as penalty-proof as possible.
Twitter's suspension of journalist Guy Adam's account earlier this week should further discussions that have been bubbling over the past couple weeks about the need for a more open alternative to Twitter.
I’m a big fan of Sublime Text. As with many Mac programmers, I started on TextMate and then migrated over once Sublime Text 2 was released. When I started, however, there were a lot of things that I...
I have worked in business web design and online marketing long enough to see how the industry has grown up, turned into something extraordinary, and changed quite a bit along the way. The same ideas and tactics that worked even 5 or 10 years ago are either different or obsolete now, and business owners who can't follow the trends are being left behind by their competitors
In April, a huge negative SEO debate sparked up and it resulted in Rand Fishkin, the CEO of SEOmoz offering his site up as a sacrificial lamb to the negative SEOs out there to try to see if they can't hurt SEOMoz's rankings by implementing negative...