In the UK, the Equality Act 2010 requires your website to be accessible. Ignoring the Act at the design and coding stages of your product could have repercussions as you discriminate against your users.
Newspapers are dying. People are now less likely to buy physical paper than ever. Enter the world of the dying, revenue grabbing news.
A difficult question, but not necessarily for the reason you think. It's difficult to define a web developer because the internet is an unregulated playground.
Nineteen years ago the term "Mystery meat navigation" was coined. Today in the growing age of the internet, the problem is worse than ever.
Validation is the process of running your HTML and other XML documents through the W3C validator to check for conformity against the specification. But is it important?
We've all seen it. Pink, red, green, purple, circular, square, hexagonal, and more. Social media icons on the various websites we visit are all completely different and usually designed to match the site they're on; but are we doing it right?
Launching a new website may seem as straightforward as pressing a deploy button or copying some files to a server, and in many cases the act of launching itself is just that. But, many steps will have taken place before the glossy deploy button is pressed.
As I launch a new website for my business, the 9th version to appear on wizpip.com but first directly related to my new status as a business, it seems fitting that my first blog post should be all about how a website is made.