Posts Tagged ‘website’

Anatomy of Bad User Experience

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

It’s amazing that in this day of age, with all information, history, and expertise we have in building websites, that any company could churn out something so patently unusable. The following rant is a true story, experienced while reading one of my favorite bloggers on a major website…

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Why Your Company Needs A Front End Developer

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

Business often places most, if not all, of their development efforts on the server side.  As companies start a development project, focus is usually given to the data that supports their idea, its security, and the business logic. The problem is, this strategy misses the holistic approach that a front end developer offers. The front end guy is often considered the guy who “makes things pretty”. While this description is based on a kernel of truth, it’s more of a stereotype. It’s about as accurate as describing the server-dev as the guy who just “serves data”.

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Video: Optimize Your Website to Load Faster!

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

One of the two videos from the June 1st meeting is posted. In this one, I go pretty deep into how to optimize your website. There’s a lot of energy in this one, and I’m surprised how much information I was able to cover; it should be enjoyable. The video is posted here, and to go along with the video is another one of my colorful presentations.

Faster Websites! Kill! Kill! - Mike Wilcox