Web Development Round-up
A few interesting things going on with regard to web development at the moment, I thought I’d post them all at once rather than spam the ‘of the moment’ column.
Typography on the web is a limited and annoying thing, but that’s no reason to not do our best and lay things out as well as possible.
A nice way of turning the old argument on it’s head. Accessibility isn’t something you add to HTML, it’s something that poor designers remove.
Roger presents a breakdown of a survey he made on his website, it gives a breakdown of the resolutions people use and what percentage of each browse with a maximised window versus a non-maximised window. Interesting if you’re a web designer, though remember this is only a snapshot of people who are ‘web savvy’, and the trends reported are unlikely to be wholey representative of Average Joe’s browsing habits.
An interesting question about whether comments in blogs are to become a thing of the past thanks to relentless spamming.