Designing for Today's Pixels

Posted on Wed, October 03, 2012 in User Interface, Web Design by Kevin Carpenter

I've been doing research into displaying retina-ready images without impacting page load, and I thought it would be beneficial to share this Article. It gets into the details of the problem and offers some good solutions to display high-quality images for all devices. Mo Pixels Mo Problems

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Wireframing Your Website Designs: What It Is And Why It’s Important

Posted on Mon, October 01, 2012 in Business Strategy, User Interface, Web Design by Kevin Carpenter


When it comes to establishing a budget for a website, the value of wireframing is usually misunderstood and is the first phase cut out of a tight budget. This is a big mistake as proper wireframing is an essential stage in the strategic design process — good wireframes help you solve complex problems early, tailor your design to your user’s goals, and save you money.

Before we get into the specifics, let’s take a step back and briefly discuss what a wireframe is. Wireframes are the foundation on which to begin building your site; a wireframe determines the site’s...

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The Importance Of The Doctype

Posted on Mon, September 24, 2012 in Web Design by Kevin Carpenter


Per HTML and XHTML standards, a DOCTYPE (short for “document type declaration”) informs the web browser which version of HTML you’re using, and should appear at the very top of every web page. DOCTYPE's are a key component of standards-compliant web pages, plus your code won’t render correctly or validate without them. We found a few useful links on everything you need to know about DOCTYPE's and why they are important — useful information that is worth a read.

Doctypes Overview - A good introduction to DOCTYPE's explaining why use them and where to put them in...

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