Aaron has trained professionals at The New York Times, Gartner, and the US Environmental Protection Agency (among others), and has presented at the world’s foremost web conferences, such as An Event Apart and Web Directions. He is Group Manager of the Web Standards Project (WaSP) and serves as an Invited Expert to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Open Web Education Alliance (OWEA). He created eCSStender, serves as Technical Editor for A List Apart, is a contributing writer for .net Magazine, and has filled a small library with his technical writing and editing credits. His most recent book is Adaptive Web Design.
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Half the battle with adopting any CMS or framework is to figure out how to best organize your content within it. Aaron shows how Norwin Alliance might approach a CMS migration.
Responding to Worldwide Lighthouses’ request to help them speed up their gallery pages, Aaron discusses file ‘munging’, compression and organization to improve performance.
Aaron unearths code consistency issues at American Express, and shows how we can use
legendmore effectively in the markup of web forms.
Twitter.com’s redesign was much welcomed and rightly so. Aaron explores its most prominent feature: the tweet box, and looks at how it can be made more accessible with just a few minor adjustments.