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Why Less is More for Web Usability

30 June 2015 3:28p.m. Industry Trends

There has been a trend of sites lately with a "kitchen sink" approach to design, where the designers have literally thrown every trick in the book at the site's design and interface, at the expense of usability. In this month's blog post, we explain why this is a bad thing.

W3C Finalises HTML5 Standard

29 October 2014 10:40p.m. Web Standards

Today marks an important milestone in the history of the world wide web: the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has finally published HTML5 as a Recommendation. HTML5 is the markup language that drives almost every modern web site you visit, and has sure come a long way since 1997's HTML4 specification.

WDCNZ 2014

31 July 2014 5:32p.m. Conferences

Colin went over to Wellington, New Zealand for WDCNZ 2014, a yearly conference of tech talks for web developers. Wellington is also the home of SilverStripe, the company which produces the awesome open source product that Praxis CMS is based on. What better opportunity than to meet face-to-face with the creators of SilverStripe, fellow developers, and a score of industry leaders giving enlightening talks?

Why Usability Testing Matters

30 June 2014 2:15p.m. Development Process

Usability testing is a fundamental part of quality web application development. So why is it often ignored by so many? In this month's blog post we'll examine why usability testing should be given a high priority in the development process, and why it is critical for success.

The Value of Quality Web Development

28 November 2013 12:47p.m. Development Process

A polished design is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the work that goes into building a modern site. This post will talk a little about what goes on behind the scenes, and why you really do get what you pay for in terms of web development.

How We Build Sites at Praxis Interactive

30 August 2013 5:41p.m. Development Process

Web development is hard; good web development is even harder. These days, more than ever, it's important to follow a development methodology that allows for complicated systems to be designed and evaluated in an efficient and timely manner.

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