Current Work and Projects of Philip Bogdonoff
Articles, Guides, Tips, Etc. (written in the early days of the Web but still useful)
- Creating Well-Designed Web Pages That Are Efficient to Transmit and Navigate
- Suggestions for Managing Mailing List Discussions
Useful Guides & References
- A Beginner's Guide to HTML from NCSA. [The Classic]
- Any Browser Design Guide explains how to implement advanced webpage features so that they "degrade gracefully" and your pages will be readable by any browser.
- The Bandwidth Conservation Society will show you how to make your images smaller -- not in area, but in byte count.
- The Yale Style Manual ("Web Style Guide") by Patrick J. Lynch is a very thorough treatment of the design of systems of Web pages. Highly recommended. (from Yale's Center for Advanced Instructional Media)
- David Siegel's Tips for Writers and Designers. Advice from a typographer.
- The Web Accessibility Initiative has Quick Tips to Make Accessible Websites and other Guidelines for making a Web site accessible for people with disabilities.
- William Strunk, Jr.'s Elements of Style. [A 1918 classic that is still pertinent.]
- Yahoo's WWW Page Creation index. Look here for additional resources.
Begun 5 April 1994; last updated 8 December 2004