Whenever you can, don’t use images of text, just type out the text. There are an overwhelming number of reasons why.
The New York Times published a troubling-but-not-surprising article today on the effect of the “digital divide” on school children in the United States.
Whether you love them or hate them, Google offers a lot of tools and services that most of us use. Two recent changes caught my eye and I want to pass them on to all you website owners and builders.
Style tiles are a great way to test different design ideas without creating a monster.
Have you heard of “responsive design?” It’s the practice of making a website “respond” to the screen size of the device viewing it in order to provide a better viewing experience. It’s kind of all the rage, but when is it actually a good idea?