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Designing For Flow and A Preview of HTML 5

Designing For Flow

by Jim Ramsey37 Comments

Ask a web designer what makes a site great, and you're likely to hear "ease of use." Jim Ramsey begs to differ. Web applications in particular, he tells us, work best and engage most profoundly when they challenge users to overcome difficulties.

A Preview of HTML 5

by Lachlan Hunt126 Comments

Who's afraid of HTML 5? Not Lachlan Hunt! As both a front-end web developer and a contributor to HTML 5, he tells us what we can expect from the emerging markup specification, whose goals include more flexibility and greater interoperability.

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