Posts tagged “business”
Beyond Responsive Workshops this May
I am such a huge fan of running public workshops… especially über-affordable ones like I am leading this May.
Looking Back on 2013
Jeez Louise, 2013 is almost over?! Time for the requisite holiday update and well-wishes.
Study: Over 90% of Newspaper Reading is in Print
A recent study out of the UK offers some food for thought when it comes to online readership of newspapers. Should we be so quick to kill print?
The True Cost of Progressive Enhancement
Progressive enhancement is so ingrained in what we do that it makes it difficult to put hard numbers against the cost of not doing progressive enhancement. Hopefully, these two small case studies help illuminiate things a bit for those who may still be a bit skeptical.
Should All Sites Be Responsive?
Aaron weighs in on this and other RWD-related questions in .net.
Apple vs. the Open Web
Reading Dan Kaplan’s post on Siri finally convinced me that Apple doesn’t care about the open web.
Welcome Jeff Bridgforth
Today, I have the honor of introducing you to the newest Easy team member: Jeff Bridgforth. Jeff comes to us from Bonnier, where he built websites for Popular Science, Popular Photography, Saveur, and Parenting. Being a former publishing guy myself, I’m delighted to be bringing someone on who has a solid grounding in content-rich websites.
Aaron on the BBC (and UIE)
Aaron’s been all over the place lately. He was recently interviewed for a segment on HTML5 that ran on BBC television in the UK. He also sat down for a chat with Jared Spool to talk about responsive design, adaptive user interfaces, mobile and more.
We Want You!
We are looking for two talented folks to join our team here in Chattanooga. If you’re the kind of person that thrives on variety and want to live & work in a really awesome city, read on…
HTML5 is the new DHTML
For all intents and purposes, “HTML5” has become a meaningless catch-all marketing phrase defining a platform rather than a specification. It’s “DHTML” all over again.