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Welcome to webSemantics - Rich, usable, engaging and accessible solutions

tags: web, design

Hi, I'm Mike Foskett and welcome to my "work" website. The key to a high-performance websites is to focus on improving front-end performance and that, as a front-end engineer, is what I do. Here I publish small code snippets with the intent to help make the web quicker and more accessible. Most of the code samples presented were developed while working for a Government agency whose copyright allows non-profit publication for the common good.

url: http://www.websemantics.co.uk/

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Welie.com - Patterns in Interaction Design

tags: web, design
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This site contains a lot of best practices in Interaction Design. Over the years I have collected examples and insight on their applicability that I share with you here on this site. So there is really no 'original' design to be found here, sorry. It has all been done before...See it as a reference or basic 'toolkit' you can use when designing user experiences. It is no substitute for creative design, it simply seeks to describe what we know and have...

url: http://www.welie.com/index.php

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Collection: Design Patterns

tags: web, design
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Reuse, recycle, but don’t reinvent the wheel unless necessary. by Brian Christiansen at UI Engineering. Via. This collection captures findings of consistent, unique or interesting interfaces and design flows from across the web. Please note that the content of these sets is not representative of all of the patterns I've captured. I tend to use tags more religiously and recommend that you look there for more patterns: www.flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe/tags

url: http://www.flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe/collections/72157600001823120/

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Freelance Web Designer Lee Munroe

tags: web, design

Howdy, I'm Lee Munroe. After graduating from Interactive Multimedia Design in 2007, I went on to complete a Masters in Multi-Disciplinary Design. Mentored by the Web Standardistas in The Duke Of York, I focused my MA on web apps and web usability.

url: http://www.leemunroe.com/

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* Is this a required field? – Freelance Web Designer Lee Munroe

tags: web, design, form, required

When you’re designing a form most of you will mark required fields with an asterisk (*). Then you’ll add something like “* Required fields” to the top of the form. But surely we now live in a world where everyone already knows this. Do we really need to include a legend indicating what the asterisk means?

url: http://www.leemunroe.com/required-fields/

type: article, format: blog


Forms - Minimising the errors entered by users of your forms

tags: web, design, forms
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How to design and layout basic forms so that they are easy to understand and fill out. How to minimise the potential errors entered by the people filling out your forms. When errors occur how to make fixing the errors as quick and easy as possible

url: http://usability.coi.gov.uk/theme/forms/minimising-the-errors-entered-by-users-of-your-forms.aspx

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LukeW Ideation + Design | Digital Product Strategy & Design

tags: web, design
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LukeW is an internationally recognized digital product design leader who has designed or contributed to software used by more than 700 million people worldwide.

url: http://www.lukew.com/

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Blue Water Web Designs

High quality web design services at low affordable prices, PHP Scripting, Online Advertising, Oneway Unique Class C IP Backlinks Cheap!, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Site Submission, Partner Exchange, Google AdWords PPC Advertising, E-Commerce Solutions, Web Hosting, Affiliate Program and more!

url: http://www.bluewaterwebdesigns.com/

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Web Design Survey

After seeing it on Celeste's blog, i took a survey at A List Apart.

I took the survey