Two Things to Help Make You a Better Web Creative: And How to Look Like You Have a Clue
A talk by M. Jackson Wilkinson
About the Talk
April 9, 2008 3:30 AM
Damascus High School, Damascus, MDDamascus High School, Damascus, MD
In this short talk for high school students, two claims are made: the web is not a canvas -- the most successful websites concentrate on helping their users do things, not just see or read things; and secondly that rules may be broken, when you know how to break them -- standards are there to help you, not hold you back, so if you're able to justify breaking a rule, and everyone is better off in the end, it's not wrong to do it.