Understanding Web Standards for Business

Lately I’ve been noticing many designers and developers understand the necessity of creating Web sites according to standards, but that is not being communicated to whom it is most important – the client.  As people building Web sites we know that the standards set forth aid in creating sites that will be easier to access, […]

Web Standards and IE8

Two days ago it was announced that IE8 will render by default to Web standards the best it can. This is a monumental occasion as Microsoft has been very reluctant to partner with other companies involved in the proliferation of standards on the Web. This also comes less than two weeks after Microsoft changed their […]

Right Development

I really push for standards on the Web. My goal is to do things right, and with the highest quality possible. I am not satisfied with just that though. When most of what is done on the Web is a stretch, or hack of what was originally intended when HTML and CSS were first conceived, […]

Post Web Standards

Everyone in the Web community has their niche. That thing, or for some who make the rest of us look dumb, things that they are really good at. For some it is information architecture, or social network marketing, or front-end CSS/(X)HTML layout, or database engineering, and others it is Flash Action Scripting, or back-end Ruby […]

Web “Standards” for Design

Depending on what you read, you may be very familiar with the term “Web Standards,” or “Standards-Based Design.” These are names that have been getting more, and more respect over the last few years as people are recognizing the value of having a Web site done right. Here are some great resources to find out […]