And this is another juicy form design related list.
We all love a good roundup list and Speckyboy never disappoints.
Good in-depth post on embedding video.
HTML email? Yes, I know it generally sucks like a tarpit but wait, check this smart, seemingly ‘bullet-proof’ email template. Not tried it yet, but it looks deep.
This Campaign Monitor email guide has also just been updated to include HTML5/CSS3 elements and is also pretty cool.
And don’t forget these chimps – who have just about covered all bases.
Jazz hands anyone?
This site provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google and Yahoo! rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages.
Many sites are generated from structured data, which is often stored in databases. When this data is formatted into HTML, it becomes very difficult to recover the original structured data. Many applications, especially search engines, can benefit greatly from direct access to this structured data. On-page markup enables search engines to understand the information on web pages and provide richer search results in order to make it easier for users to find relevant information on the web. Markup can also enable new tools and applications that make use of the structure.
A shared markup vocabulary makes easier for webmasters to decide on a markup schema and get the maximum benefit for their efforts. So, in the spirit of sitemaps.org, Bing, Google and Yahoo! have come together to provide a shared collection of schemas that webmasters can use.
In his Design Principles presentation at An Event Apart in Atlanta, GA 2011 Jeremy Keith outlined the design principles behind the World Wide Web and how they continue to shape its future.
Luke Wroblewski’s notes from the presentation.
Hate to admit it, but this Microsoft stuff is clever and slick.