Posts Tagged ‘The Guardian’

Web standards content is platform agnostic

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

A while ago I wrote ‘It’s not HTML5! But that’s ok’ and then I finished a web standards version of The Guardian’s interactive in order to prove they do not require Flash. So when I saw I had been mentioned on The Guardian website’s technology section I was excited! (more…)

Guardian interactive review: Flash vs. web standards

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

The Guardian Interactive Team use Flash, almost exclusively, to create data visualisations and infographics for interactive content on The two main reasons are that it is quick to build and that it looks identical in all browsers. (more…)

Inside – gallery redesign

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

The Guardian has just resdesigned their gallery pages and it’s the piece of work I’m most proud of. I’ve written a post detailing some of the technical aspects about it on the blog.

Introducing our new picture galleries

Inside blog post

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

I’ve just written a post over at the Inside blog about how, as a team, we’re trying to improve the client-side for our users.