We’re kicking off the long weekend with another edition of our link roundup. This week, we’re anticipating WordPress 4.0, reading Intertwingled, and evangelizing Linux.
With the brand refresh under way, we’re taking the opportunity to look at how we organize our functionality and actual code in the backend of our theme. Times like these are when we have a chance to satisfy the itch to create really great code and lay the framework for new possibilities.
Welcome to another (slightly delayed) edition of our Friday link roundup! This week, we found even more resources on Vim, examined what high school teachers can teach us about good content, and marveled over Denmark’s new Lego building.
Web Council returns this Thursday in Odegaard 220. Join us for two awesome Ignite-style presentations, a second update on what to expect from this year’s UW brand refresh for the Web, and to learn all about how the College of Arts and Sciences approaches building websites for their academic units.
Wrap up the week with another link-filled roundup—best served with a hot cup of coffee (or tea). This week, we’ve collected info-packed resources that include a comprehensive guide on how to best create and use personas, all about Google’s move to favor HTTPS in search, plus actionable tips on creating excellent interface copy.
We’re starting a pilot project here on the Web Team; a weekly drop-in office hour on campus. Beginning this week, at least one “content” person and one “technical” person from the Web Team will be on campus to answer your Web-related questions between noon and 1 PM every Friday.
This week, we’ve rounded up our favorite text editor, a roadmap to creating great A/B tests, plus an “alphabet” of accessibility issues. And because it was a busy week in Web Team land (and consequently a light week for links), we also have a bonus video of a playful armadillo.
This week, we’ve rounded up info about the brain-bending CSS3 transforms matrix, creative loading effects, plus an in-depth view from Nielsen Norman Group on what happens when you break Web conventions.
As we march on through the rebranding process, Web Team members continually look at what we’re currently doing and ask if it’s the best solution possible. Such as a few days ago, when we wondered if we could bypass the campus directory page and directly query the LDAP database that houses faculty, staff and student contact information.