Archive for the 'Flash' Category



Apple’s lack of support for Flash on the iPhone and iPad has forced people to reconsider the value of HTML5 and its video tag. It’s no longer something to put off until the future. However, adding HTML5 video support to your site AND continue to provide a Flash option for older browsers (I.E.) is not […]

We’re looking for a great Flash programmer to join our team at Yahoo! If you are interested and ready to join a great team on an important project send your resume to Ted Drake.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People has just released a set of guidelines for building accessible Flash ads. While these are aimed at ads, there’s no reason you can’t use the same guidelines in all of your Flash projects. Provide a text equivalent for the animation. Provide an alternative for the Flash animation Readability […]

Bill Scott gave an interesting lecture today at Yahoo! about AJAX design patterns. He explained how good AJAX designs keep the user’s attention on the page, remove roadblocks, and increase stickiness to a site. Patterns of successful AJAX behaviors are beginning to appear (Netflix, 37Signals, Yahoo!). There are subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, changes […]

I had an art teacher, Walt Cotten, that would remind us to not get comfortable with our medium. As soon as that happened, our images would become stale and our creativity would plummet. He’d encourage us to throw our existing styles to the wind and try something completely different. I’ve gotten comfortable with CSS. It’s […]




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