Born in 1989, the web is now an adult but our management practices seem stuck in a youthful time warp best known by the <blink> tag and “Site Best Viewed With” alerts.
It seems like everyone in the organization believes they know what makes a website “work” despite having no design training. Managers insist that “their” pages look or act in ways directly contrary to the rest of the website. Or the web.
What are the unique characteristics of the web that make managing design a challenge? How can we empower stakeholders while also creating a seamless user experience? And how would an iterative, collaborative design process facilitate a responsive web, one where sites work well on phones, tablets and desktops?
Satire, clueless sharing, and digital literacy
Once-upon-a-time, satire was (pretty) clearly marked: think Mad Magazine, for example.
Then along came The Onion.
Today there are innumerable satirical news sites, some that make it very clear that they are farcical – such as having a statement on each page saying “satire!” — and some that do not. This is a post about one that does not hit readers on the head that it is a satirical site, WorldNewsDailyReport.com.
WordPress.com has developed a serious of tutorials on getting started. Here’s what you need to know/do to publish your first post.
I’ve spent so much of my life the past 20 years doing digital stuff that I’ve neglected print. And now I’m tasked with designing a door hanger!
Here’s everything you need to know about designing a door hanger. Let someone else learn from my research!