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Exemplary web design: danwebb.net

While investigating fragment identifiers and hashbangs for payformystay.com quite a while back, I came across this article by Dan Web, when I noticed that I really, really liked the design of danwebb.net: Read More »

10 Tips for Budding Web Programmers and Designers

Some things that every new web developer should know.

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Modern self-hosted, open-source web statistics software

I've been using Google Analytics for most of my websites for quite some time. Philosophically, I'd prefer a self-hosted solution though. In the past I've used Webalizer and I still use awstats for my ad-hoc, static website, but these programs are a bit primitive and limited compared to Analytics. Read More »

www.stichting-ecosafe.org

Stichting EcoSafe is a Dutch foundation for the safe-keeping of the funds that are necessary for the maintenance of hardwood plantations. In July of 2006, together with Johan Ockels, I created a website for the Foundation. Johan was responsible for the organization of the whole process. This went very smooth and the website ended up being an emblem of simplicity and clarity. That's why I wanted to blog a bit about it now, even though there are a few things that I'd probably end up doing different if I were to start from scratch. [There's actually a disturbing number of things for which this is true, I'm coming to notice.] Read More »

TheSixtyOne, a better social music site

If you liked Last.fm, you'll love TheSixtyOne. Discovering music is turned into a reputation game. Much like Last.fm, you can explore similar artists, genres, tags, moods and users. But, by doing so and hearting songs, you can earn reputation points and extra hearts. As your points increase, you level up, which gives you more authority. There's an endless amount of quests to earn points faster and to make you discover all the facets of the application. Read More »

Jeroen Dekker (photography) on-line

Jeroen Dekker, a friend and photographer, has recently, on May the 5th, put his website on concert photography on-line. (Go check it out! He has some great pictures there.) Read More »

Using the standard HTML link colors

Occasionally, I have to foray into web design. From the look of this blog you can deduce that I'm not really into the design part of web design. First and foremostly this is because I suck at graphics and colors. But another reason is that I assume that people visit my blog to read some text and not to look at the fancy graphical borders and background of that text. Read More »