The Web Team has been working behind the scenes on a number of projects we’ll roll out over the next few weeks. To whet your appetite, here’s a rundown (and screenshots!).
For the next theme iteration, we’re trying out a new trick in our never-ending quest to become leaner.
I read somewhere that 2013 was the year for focusing on performance (which was probably more just the result of someone needing to get a post out) after the previous year’s gluttonous affair with responsive web design. Dane and I (mostly Dane) came up with a new workflow to coincide with the new super-theme we’re developing.
An expression can tell an entire story.
It is with mixed feelings that I write this, however I’m leaving the Marketing Web Team and the UW to pursue a new and exciting opportunity at a private company in the Downtown Seattle area. My time at the UW has been quite the journey.
When viewing a website on Safari for iOS, there’s an option to add it to the user’s Home screen where it will appear like a native app. Normally when the web app is launched, Safari opens and feels like a disruptive experience. The solution is a simple meta tag that will open Safari in full screen mode more smoothly.
Assistant Attorney General Clark Shores speaks about who owns the copyright of an authored work, and discusses fair use as applied to the Perfect 10 vs Amazon lawsuit. Also, Jason Civjan from the ACA UX team walks us through the process his team uses to improve UW websites.
Web Council is May 16th at the usual time and place. Get free legal advice from Clark Shore–specifically about Intellectual Property and fair use. We will also have Jason Civjan from the ACA UX team share his valuable insight about Information Architecture and how to avoid common pitfalls during site redesigns.
With palettes pretty enough to repaint your living room.
Directional. Hard. Side. Rim. Athlete.