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We have reached the age of the web in which user preferences and customizations dominate.  Everyone has differences in how they view the web from operating system to screen size to resolution to browser to toolbar preferences and beyond.  At each of these junctures, designers and developers are often faced with challenges in how to […]

The College of Social Studies website at Wesleyan was recently featured on the homepage of eduStyle in their “Redesigned” section. eduStyle is a “web design gallery dedicated to higher education websites and powered by higher education web design professionals.” Visit eduStyle to add your vote and/or comment about the site.   Update May 25, 2011: […]

Wesleyan’s College of the Environment website was noted as one of “The 25 Best School Websites” by Edudemic.  The list was based on the following criteria: design, ease of use, copywriting, interactivity, use of technology, innovation, and content. The New Media Lab and the rest of Wesleyan is celebrating this honor!  Visit our previous post to […]

Paparazzi

Great way to view “entire” webpages as an image or pdf.  Download the beta version for Macs here. For more information go to: http://derailer.org/paparazzi/