Every time you read your email, you are likely to open an HTML email, one which includes links and images and the omnipresent â€œIf you wish to unsubscribe to this mailingâ€¦â€ directive at the bottom.
I occasionally delete these messages before my conscious brain even knows theyâ€™re there. But some HTML emails are stunningâ€”succinct, content-driven messages wrapped in beautifully designed boxes.Â And I read them. Some are from Fortune 500 companies, some are from small business entrepreneurs. All are trying to stand out in a crowded ecosystem.
Many of us woul
Kel Smith is a longtime advocate of user-centric web design. In his blog, he writes
The use of technology as a means to aid people with disabilities can sometimes occur in surprising contexts. As an example, consider a recent research project presented yesterday at the IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference in Baltimore. Rehabilitation therapists have re-purposed the popular Guitar Hero game into a tool for amputees to develop facility with prosthetic limbs.
Weeks ago I decided to contribute a post on web accessibility. As the research was piling up on my desk and in my head, I caug
Hello Webgrrls. More greetings and info from Septemberâ€™s Interop conference.
In this post I will try to break down the following: the meaning of SaaS (Software as a Service) and, briefly PaaS (Platform as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).
One track of the Interop NY seminars dealt with SaaS, and I thought it would be a valuable complement to the seminars I attended on Cloud Computing, so, there I was. And here we go.
To start, Software as a Service.
An application that is delivered through the SaaS model is typically done over the internet by a third party
In early September, Nelly Yusupova offered a couple of full conference passes to the Interop New York conference, held at the Javits Center from September 15-19.Â I applied and as luck would have it, I won a free pass!
Interop NY was essentially a conference for IT peopleâ€”those dealing with the nuts and bolts of application development and delivery, infrastructure development and network support. In short, it was a place for Really Smart People.
I am a freelance web designer and photographer and to tell you the truth, I was a bit intimidated and overwhelmed at how technical the