It’s time to start to work with SVG for logos and things so:
From A List Apart:
Kill Your CMS
by Karen McGrane ·
THE ERA of “desktop publishing” is over. Same goes for the era where we privilege the desktop web interface above all others. The tools we create to manage our content are vestiges of the desktop publishing revolution, where we tried to enable as much direct manipulation of content as possible. In a world where we have infinite possible outputs for our content, it’s time to move beyond tools that rely on visual styling to convey semantic meaning. If we want true separation of content from form, it has to start in the CMS.
Thanks to the hard work of countless WaSP members and supporters (like you), Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the web as an open, accessible, and universal community is largely the reality. While there is still work to be done, the sting of the WaSP is no longer necessary. And so it is time for us to close down The Web Standards Project.
This post on a more minimalist information design (using the Texas Rangers website as an example) exemplifies why I started this blog. I came across it some months ago while browsing and thought it interesting. Now, as I look to move the Friends of Stuyvesant Baseball website into WordPress I wanted to find it again and see if there was anything that would be useful to me. Thankfully I remembered that the writer was a Texas Rangers fan and a search on “texas rangers website redesign” found it as the first listing. But with this blog I now have a place to stash interesting things so I can find them a bit more easily when I want them.
Responsive web design is quickly becoming the norm, and for good reason. At the same time HTML5 video is quickly becoming a reliable alternative to embedded flash video. Unfortunately, at times it can be tricky to make video elements play nice with responsive design.
4 Solutions for Full-Screen Background Images – April 9, 2012
Nice example of a full screen background image at: http://www.photoshop-plus.co.uk/content/tutorials/css-background/index.html
Responsive Typography: The Basics – by Oliver Reichenstein