During the Christmas holidays I finally found the time to spend a couple of days to tackle something I’ve been planning to do for quite some time – to fully redo (in terms of code and design) wemakesites.net, my portfolio/personal website. Honestly, I wasn’t sure if I should announce it here, but I am pretty … Continue reading “My New Portfolio/Personal Website is Up and Running”
I am happy to announce that the new website for the Acid.JS Web UI toolkit is already up and running with new design, improved accessibility, better user experience and loads of new and cool features. Here are some of the highlights: The Personal Bar at the top of each page allows you to: Use Google … Continue reading “New website for Acid.JS Web UI”
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Get most of the website widgets and tools I’m developing in a single package that is regularly updated. Whenever a new script or script update is available, it will be included in the download file. To stay informed and up-to-date with Acid.JS, please, subscribe to my RSS feed. Download the latest version of Acid.JS
“How much costs the “alt” attribue of an image? Should I use it or not? If I have 20 images per page, what is the total cost of the <img /> tags with the “alt” attribue?” If you are a web-developer, you have certainly noticed the growing bunch of websites that provide the convenient and relatively unexpensive service … Continue reading “A Word About the PSD to (X)HTML Services on the Internet”
* This post does not aim to offend real UX engineers, it is just my personal view as a professional developer, based on a 7+ years of experience in the field of web development. In the era of the highly misused and rather vague term Web 2.0, being a UX engineer (also – expert, guru, developer … Continue reading “UX – Abuses, Misuses and Misinterpretations of the Term”