How to Use the Web To Show the Truth
Published: January 9, 2008
Ushahidi is a platform that uses the democratizing power of the web to open access to citizen journalists on the ground and shine a light where the truth is hidden.
The Unlikely Pioneers of the Early Web
Published: November 1, 2006
How many websites are there? That’s not an easy question to answer. The web is, by its very nature, decentralized […]
Bringing the Laughter, Week after Week
Published: July 10, 2006
The comedy web series was one of the more interesting and influential adaptions of the web medium. It reversed the principles of traditional entertainment to create videos that were more approachable.
From designing interfaces to designing systems
Published: February 13, 2006
The mid-2000’s were often referred to as the era of Web 2.0. That may have been an overused term, but it undeniably changed the way designers and developers approached their practice through patterns.
Making a Framework for the Web
Published: December 13, 2005
It started with a simple manifesto. A manifesto posted online with 37 guiding principles, small phrases showcasing big ideas like […]
A Mini Browser for the Masses
Published: August 10, 2005
If you don’t know much about the Opera browser, that’s probably because their market share in the United States has […]
Giving Web Standards a Seat at the Table
Published: July 5, 2005
In 2007, the web standards project entered the scene once more to push Microsoft to build its most standards-compliant browser to date.
Reddit v. Digg: A Difference in Approach
Published: June 23, 2005
Jessica Livingston has a passion for the web’s future. It’s what lead her, in March of 2005, to quit her […]
The Browser Engine That Could
Published: June 7, 2005
From a browser engine that started as the lesser known option used in an obscure browser to one that would take hold over the entire browser market.
That Time MooTools Almost Broke the Web
Published: February 22, 2005
This post was originally published on CSS-Tricks. On March 6, 2018, a new bug was added to the official Mozilla Firefox browser […]
What Does AJAX Even Stand For?
Published: February 17, 2005
The term AJAX may have not been coined until 2005, but it’s origin stretches all the way back to the early 2000’s, when browsers provided developers with the glue between clients and servers.
The Power of the Pixel
Published: January 1, 2005
A lot can be done with each pixel on a website, but only a few people have tried creating websites one pixel at a time.