Compiling Symbolic Cheat Sheets of CSS Specificity

Had way too much fun doing that title.

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Choice check

TL;DR: Do people tend to design interfaces with checkboxes even if the behavior actually requires radio buttons, because people are more familiar with check marks? This seems to be a case that pits web standards & usability vs. aesthetics & user experience, which is not a good place to be in. Ever since the first edition of Inside Macintosh in 1984, the rule has been the same for when to […]

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Moderniety

You gotta hand it to the IE team for turning their lemon of a reputation into lemonade. On the viral front there’s The Browser You Loved to Hate, currently tickling my nostalgia with a #childofthe90s campaign. They’ve also teamed up with Atari and ZeptoLab via Cut the Rope to put its newer browser versions on display. But despite a long-needed push to abandon version 6 for good, IE still has […]

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3rd Mini Web Design Conference: speakers, sponsors, sketchnotes!

The Philippine Web Designers Organization held another successful <form> function() & .class Mini Web Design Conference last January 22, and we’re really thankful for everybody who supported us once more. Speakers It was a full roster again for the night, and it’s amazing how topics remain fresh and diverse each time. See if you can match the images above to the talks below:

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2nd Mini Web Design Conference & Blue Beanie Day

November 27 and 28 are two more significant dates in the web design scene, so be sure to participate! 2nd Mini Web Design Conference Update: Download the slides for the presentations here. The <form> function() & .class mini web design conference series is on its second leg and will be held tomorrow, November 27th. Same time (6:00pm), same place (G2VC TechBar, Exist, Orient Square), with a new mix of topics […]

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The first Mini Web Design Conference is the first step

I’d like to thank everyone who organized, sponsored, and attended our first Mini Web Design Conference, last October 30. I can’t believe our fledgling group (kudos to Mae, Marie, JP, Helga, Aja, Regnard, Sarah, Kaffee!) pulled off something like it, and that there were other people who were excited about supporting the event. It’s finally happening! Things are taking shape! And this mini conference is the first step. But first, […]

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You’re invited to a mini web design conference!

Date has been moved to October 30. Same time, same place. If you want to be a speaker, let us know your topic! We’re going to hold a mini web design conference on October 30 October 31 at the G2VC Tech Bar in Ortigas, 6:00pm—and you’re invited! Aside from the big event we’re planning—which actually has a cool, geeky name now! see logo!—we wanted to hold a mini event that’s […]

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WordCamp Philippines 2008 Highlights: Development Track, State of the Word, Web Standards, Random Fire

My highlights from WordCamp Philippines 2008, held on September 6 at De La Salle – College of St. Benilde:

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Web Design is Misunderstood

The perks: doing what I love anytime, anywhere, in anything. The hazards: in pictures below.

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Design + code + words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.