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November 2010

  1. A List Apart 319: ARIA, Apps, Accessibility

    November 30, 2010

    Issue No. 319 of A List Apart for people who make websites tackles the intersection between web apps, WAI-ARIA, JavaScript, and accessibility. Enjoy ARIA and Progressive Enhancement by Derek Featherstone, and The Accessibility of WAI-ARIA by Detlev Fischer.

  2. Happy Cog wins .net Magazine’s “Design Agency of the Year” Award

    November 22, 2010

    Happy Cog has been named the 2010 “Design Agency of the Year” at the prestigious and industry-leading .net Awards. The award was presented at a ceremony held in London November 18, 2010. The .net Awards celebrate the best in web design and development, and are produced by the world’s best-selling magazine for web builders. Read more

  3. CSS3 For Web Designers, A Book Apart

    November 16, 2010

    CSS3 for Web Designers by Dan (Simplebits) Cederholm, the second book from A Book Apart, is now available for your shopping pleasure in print and digital editions.

  4. CSS, Advanced and Refreshing

    November 16, 2010

    In Issue No. 318 of A List Apart for people who make websites, Noah Stokes (@motherfuton) offers Ye Compleat Refresher Course on CSS Positioning, and we proudly offer an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Dan (@simplebits) Cederholm’s CSS3 for Web Designers (A Book Apart, 2010, published today).

  5. Happy Cog wins two more IMA awards

    November 8, 2010

    Since our announcement that Happy Cog won a “Best In Class” Interactive Media Award in the travel/tourism category for VisitPhilly.com, we won two more IMAs. Both are “Best In Class” awards – the first in the marketing category where VisitPhilly.com took the honors again, and the second in the retail category for our work on Zappos.com. Read more

  6. Get Started With Git

    November 2, 2010

    In A List Apart No. 317: Version control—it isn’t just for coders any more. If you’re a writer, editor, or a designer who works iteratively on the web and you want to reshuffle or combine pieces of your work quickly and efficiently, version control is for you, too. Al Shaw shows us how easy it is to install, set up, and work with Git—open-source, version control software that offers you much, much, more than just “undo.”

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