October 25, 2015
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Networking

I have been a member of various ‘meetups’ for years now, but it was only the last 3 months that I worked up enough courage to actually attend an event again. I had been tooling around on the site one day and found a few groups for people here in Melbourne in the eLearning arena. Continue reading

March 18, 2015
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Angular JS

The latest thing that I’m in love with digitally right now is AngularJS. Yes, it’s not the newest hotness in the web development world. Over the years I have tried a large number of JavaScript frameworks, and they were either incomprehensible. Because of that, I had normally developed my own methodology for building the front ends for Rich Internet Applications. Now I do not have to worry. Read more…. Continue reading

March 2, 2015
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UX and Usability in Non Profits

Lately at work I have been working with the non-profit organisation World Vision Australia on the 40 Hour Famine website as a UX and Usability Specialist. There is a growing global awareness of the requirements of people with disabilities and older people, but this does not mean that all countries have a shared or even similar perception of the concept of accessibility. Some countries impose stricter laws and regulations, while some are less rigid. Continue reading

February 12, 2015
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Being a web dev in today’s market

You would not believe how many people I interviewed back in my Cengage days who would show up with their portfolio that uses tables for page layout. Seriously. Don’t do that, you should know when to use CSS and when to use HTML. This post, I’m going to take a look at the different skills that I think you should have acquired if you are thinking of being a web developer in today’s market (in order to be considered baseline acceptable). Read on…. Continue reading