netmag On top of our outstanding speaker line-up and spectacular venue, there's now another reason to attend Generate New York.
netmag According to Jason Fried, people prefer messy but cosy sites like Amazon and eBay to slick online experiences. What does our panel of experts think?
netmag The leading developer explains why he's left San Francisco to go home and set up his own business.
netmag jQuery Mobile's Documentation Lead tells us about about combining work in academia with her documentation role.
netmag Simple as Milk is one of five shortlisted nominees for the Agency of the Year award in the 2014 net Awards. We spoke to the team about their recent projects and what sets them apart from the rest.
netmag thoughtbot is one of five shortlisted nominees for the Agency of the Year award in the 2014 net Awards. We spoke to CMO Dan Croak about their remarkable dedication to building open source projects.
netmag Fiasco Design is one of five shortlisted nominees for New Agency of the Year in the 2014 net Awards. Creative director Ben Steers told us about their recent projects and creative vision.
netmag Stuff & Nonsense offers reduced rates for trade unions and other left-wing organisations. We chat to its founder to learn more.
netmag Rather than working on design first, Goodboy builds its products by letting technical limitations determine aesthetics.
netmag Bearded's co-founder on hearting the internet like crazy, raising money to cure cancer and working for organizations that he feels good about.
netmag How Cadre started as a company's marketing arm before branching off into an independent agency.
netmag Jon Lax, from net Awards Agency of the Year nominee Teehan+Lax, explains how honesty and good work are their driving philosophies.
netmag Zander Brade is one of 10 nominees for Emerging Talent of the Year in the 2014 net Awards. He works for 6Wunderkinder in Berlin and also on developing his own app. We quizzed him to find out more.
netmag Cody Small on incorporating parallax functions and scrolling animation in a way that feels natural and supports the design.
netmag The nomadic web designer explains making a site entirely out of PNGs and inspiration from the cities of the world.
netmag The UI designer on the intoxicating attitude of his best mentor and his portfolio site's 37 iterations.
netmag A net Awards nominee for Designer of the Year, Oli Lisher discusses the making of his portolio site and lessons he's learned in his career.
netmag User experience strategist Stephanie Troeth chats with Tanya Combrinck about being a web jack-of-all-trades and bettering the world with UX
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netmag This article first appeared in issue 234 of .net magazine – the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers.
HTML Developer, HTML5 Doctor, author and educator Remy Sharp chats to Tanya Combrinck about how he founded Left Logic, why teaching is so important to him and what he has planned for the next five years
Mobile This article first appeared in issue 232 of .net magazine – the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers.
Mobile Is Jakob Nielsen out of touch? Earlier this week usability pioneer Jakob Nielsen published guidelines recommending separate sites, cut-down content for mobile and auto-redirects to mobile sites.