Monthly Archives: May 2005

RSS and all that jazz…

I recently wrote this article for a website I’m involved in and thought I might put it up here. I did have the idea of starting a series of articles on my website of which this would be the first one. But then I though that the blog does the same job. So here it… Read more »

Tips for non-designers…

Just like Garrett I don’t think I’m much of a designer. I wish I was, or rather I wish I had better graphic design skills to use in conjunction with my technical skills. But that isn’t to be, I fear. And anyone that can do both sides of the web design/development coin well should be… Read more »

Partially rethinking the web…

Earlier today I read this article at Digital Web. My initial reaction was “What is this guy on?!”, but the author, Dirk Knemeyer, is well respected and so his ideas deserve being taken seriously. While I agree with the sentiment that the web is broken, from the point of view that in general user experiences… Read more »

Busy busy busy…

Well, this last week has been extremely busy. As you may be able to tell from the title of this entry Ed: get on with it, foolish gibberer. In no particular order I have: Worked on two intranet systems non-stop Looked round 9 houses Shortlisted 2 of the said 9 houses as potential new Maisons… Read more »