Last year I started thinking about the similarities between Usability, Accessibility, and SEO, and posted the first of what I hoped to be a series of articles on the subject. Since then, I assembled a talk, which I presented at BarCampRDU in 2009 and 2010 and am preparing to give at Internet Summit 2010 in Raleigh this week. This post will provide some additional resources as well as a copy of my slides.
One of the often discussed topics in the Drupal community is the site deployment process, and best practices for managing development, staging, and production environments. In this post, I am going to explain part of our approach for a particular project and how hook_update_N() made our lives a bit easier.
The Webform module for Drupal is tremendously useful, and with the 3.x release, it has become much easier to work with. In this tutorial, I am going to explain how to dynamically populate Webform options in Drupal.
In business, as in life, you rarely have a second chance to make a first impression. More often than not, it is a company website, rather than a staff member that stands as the gatekeeper to the organization’s reputation. Don't miss an opportunity to make an effective first, and lasting impression.
Create and preview a favicon easily in Photoshop so it looks good in all browsers.
Did your favorite third-party Twitter application begin acting strangely, or quit working altogether Friday evening? If so, don't panic, you are probably just experiencing a Year 2000 Bug for the new millennium, dubbed the Twitpocalypse. Who would have thought 2 billion tweets could cause so much trouble? Read on to learn how we got into this mess, and what will have to be done to dig us out.
Black hat SEO has a negative reputation, and rightly so: It's a shady set of deceptive practices that degrade the user experience and are adopted mostly to make a quick buck. To keep a business legitimate and afloat on the Web, avoid black hat SEO techniques and embrace white hat SEO techniques.
Is it ok to copy entire articles from other websites? If not what about parts, and what is this whole "fair use" thing anyway?
What could Usability, Accessibility, and SEO (search engine optimization) have in common? Besides industry jargon that website designers/developers need to know, they are in some ways three aspects of the same process.
Using the Photoshop toolbar color-picker as my transparent anti-alias color for exporting image files.