Tag: browsers

Life After Internet Explorer

by | January 29th, 2015

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) web browser used to dominate how the web was viewed. Now it is one of many options people use for browsing the web, and its market share has fallen from almost 70% to 20%. But life after Internet Explorer is uncertain. When will this stage of the web’s evolution truly begin? What […]

Bookmark that Site, Save the Cache and Cookies?

by | May 11th, 2009

Many users are quite concerned by the amount of tracking performed online so they dump their browser’s cache and cookies quite regularly. Effective privacy perserving strategy or not, all browsers thus have a commonly used setting to dump various browsing droppings like cookies, browser history, and cached files when the browser is closed. When looking […]

Lessons Learned While Making an iPhone Web Site

by | February 26th, 2009

I am pleased to announce PINT has recently launched a version of our corporate web site custom tailored to the iPhone. Having watched this project play out from it’s inception, I can attest to the differences encountered when developing specifically for iPhone Safari, as opposed to coding in support of more traditional (although often quirkier) […]

Firefox Usage is Still Growing

by | July 13th, 2007

Besides the new Safari for Windows, there haven’t really been any major releases on the popular browsers lately. So this is a good time to take a look at browser popularity. Based on data published by W3Schools I created this quick graph to illustrate the popularity of browsers. We can clearly see a steady increase […]

Innovative Design Solutions: Navigation and Content

by | June 27th, 2007

As designers, we’re frequently challenged with concepting unique navigation solutions. Often times it’s a situation where the content would normally exceed the space allotted. Luckily, great ideas stem from these constraints and with an abundance of JavaScript libraries such as the YUI, MooTools, and Scriptaculous, web designers are able to push the envelope. Below is […]