If you're joining us for our web design conference in San Francisco Oct. 29-31, check out our travel guide with restaurants, bars, museums, shopping and more.
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This week on HOW Interactive Design, we had stories on user personas, planning a website redesign, accessible web design and more.
Nokia engineer Rajesh Lal is an internationally recognized digital product leader who has designed and developed software used by millions of people. An active member of the W3C Accessibility group, he’s passionate about design standards that make the web accessible to all. Lal has written multiple books on desktop, web, mobile and rich internet applications and has...
If you're joining us for our web design conference in Washington, DC, Sept. 27-29, check out our travel guide with restaurants, bars, museums, shopping and more.
Longtime typography teacher Laura Franz will her web type expertise at our web design conference this fall in the session Finding, Testing and Using Web Fonts.
Web designers sometimes don't consider themselves content people. But Karen McGrane's session "Adapting Ourselves to Adaptive Content" is absolutely essential.
UX designer Stuart Silverstein, who's speaking at the HOW Interactive Design Conferences this fall, talks about competitive analysis and his web design workflow.
The HOW Interactive Design Conference is better than ever this year, with two tracks of sessions and two locations: San Francisco and Washington, DC.
Every morning, I post a new design job on the HOW blog. I’ve been doing this for years, and I’ve recently noticed that it’s getting harder to find openings for print designers. Nearly everyone is looking for creatives who work across media. This is just one of the reasons that HOW has devoted countless...