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Mar

Highlights from the Perth Web Accessibility Camp 2019

The Perth Web Accessibility camp was held on February 12 at VisAbility . With over 100 in attendance, it's a great chance to learn and better understand how disabled people engage with the web and apps, and catch up with other accessibility champions. ... read full post

Posted by:  MIchael Bollig , Senior consultant, Digital and Experience Design |  26 March 2019

Accessibility, UX, design, UI, Inclusive Design


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01

Dec

Project Siena – The good, the bad and the ugly

I recently created a Project Siena app to showcase how easy it is to create a Windows 8 app without writing any code. As a developer losing so much control over a solution can be frustrating. Here are my thoughts. ... read full post

Posted by:  Lee Farley , Developer, Seattle |  01 December 2014

Mobile applications, Developers, Modern User Interface, mobility, design


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26

Mar

One step closer to affordable mobile development with Siena (and why we’re excited)

Microsoft’s Project Siena Beta 2 has been released, allowing business users to create apps connected to enterprise services, web and social. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  26 March 2014

Mobile applications, Developers, Modern User Interface, mobility, design


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20

Feb

Webstock 2014 – Design for Good

And so Webstock passes for another year and as usual I am still whirling from trying to digest two whole days of unconstrained brain food provided by the phenomenal mix of 20+ world-class speakers. ... read full post

Posted by:  Mark Delaney ,  |  20 February 2014

Webstock, ONYAs, UX, User Experience, design, web


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17

Feb

Bringing the data to life – four important lessons

We have a client who has been using Microsoft Dynamics CRM for just over a year. They added marketing add-on ClickDimensions to the mix some months later and now have a real set of rich data with which to work. The customer records are updated nightly through a process from a data warehouse and CRM is the mechanism for marketing and outbound communications. ... read full post

Posted by:  Ivor Whibley , CRM Consultant |  17 February 2014

Data, Data Accuracy, Data management, design


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14

Jan

Look, Mum – no code: Microsoft announces Project Siena

In December, Microsoft announced Project Siena , a “Windows 8 app for building Windows 8 apps.” ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  14 January 2014

Mobile applications, Developers, Modern User Interface, mobility, design


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09

Oct

Do I need a responsive* website?

The short answer: It depends... Now for the long answer: To ask whether you need a responsive website is to try to decide on tactics before you’ve come up with an overall strategy. Responsive Design is a technique – a way of getting a job done – with certain characteristics that make it more suited to some scenarios than others. ... read full post

Posted by:  Brad Gallen , Digital Strategist, Web and Digital Strategy Team. |  09 October 2013

content management, design, web


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