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Kristina Halvorson Interview: Content Strategy for the Web image

Kristina Halvorson Interview: Content Strategy for the Web

Content strategy is one of the hot buzzwords in the web design world today. We caught up with Kristina Halvorson, perhaps the best-known person in the field, after her talk at An Event Apart, and recorded this interview.

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Interview with Eric Meyer: the State of CSS

If you have paid any attention at all to CSS (and if you haven't, what are you doing here?), the name Eric Meyer is no doubt familiar to you.

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Jason Santa Maria on Web Typography

Jason Santa Maria spoke with Webvanta at An Event Apart Seattle about web typography, web fonts, Typekit, and more.

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Luke Wroblewski on Mobile Web Design

At An Event Apart in Seattle this week, we spent a few minutes with Luke Wroblewski to dicuss how designers can tackle the challenge of designing for the mobile web.

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Capturing Source Codes to Track Marketing Results

Ifyou are collecting leads or orders on your site, you should know wherethose prospects or orders are coming from. It's the only way to knowwhich of your marketing techniques is working. With a few lines of JavaScript, you can capture source codes from your URLs and save them in cookies for later use.

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2010: A Good Year in the Browser Wars

Theyear 2010 was, in many ways, a good year in the browser wars. Allbrowser makers improved their HTML5 and CSS3 support and made majorstrides in JavaScript performance. Even IE participated, if you includethe IE9 beta.

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Using Grids in Web Design

Khoi Vinh's new book, Ordering Disorder: Grid Principles for Web Design, has just been released. It's a great addition to the web design literature.

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Keep Your Site Agile with a Flexible CMS

Theweb is a publishing and marketing medium unlike any that has existedbefore. I would think this would go without saying, except for theattitudes and behaviors we see all the time, which reveal that manysite owners don't really get it.

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New Web Font Services Expand Choices

In my previous post on using real fonts on the web,I highlighted a few web font service bureaus. These services seem to beproliferating like rabbits, and in this post I'll mention a few more.

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Using Real Fonts on the Web

In my previous post,I explained how CSS's @font-face tag enables designers to use a widerrange of fonts without resorting to font replacement hacks. In thispost, I'll explain the actual code and explore some of the services that make iteasy to expand your web font repertoire.

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