What's Been Going on at Message Lately | August 16, 2004

So it’s been a fun couple of months here at Message. The Rapha site went down well, getting mentions on sites such as CSS Beauty and winning a WSA Gold Star. The site has also featured in a number of industry magazines, most notably in two concurrent editions of Design Week.

We just released our first newsletter, written using the Text Email Newsletter guidelines. The newsletter is intended to keep clients and other interested parties up to date with what we’ve been doing. It included links to:

We’ve also finished a couple of projects that we’re really pleased about and will be talking about soon. Oh, and we are working on a top secret accessibility project at the moment which you’ll all be hearing about shortly.

Posted at August 16, 2004 1:06 PM

Comments

Nick Fitzsimons said on August 16, 2004 2:29 PM

Very impressed by the Client Guide to Web Standards - I’ll be using this to help me make the case for standards-based design at work. One minor point though: the <BLINK> tag was only ever supported by Navigator (version 2 onwards), not Explorer.

Just had to show off my knowledge of archaic web technologies…

Milan Negovan said on August 16, 2004 4:04 PM

I loved the “The Web Design Process” article.

Are you, guys, going to add a stylesheet for printing? I’ve printed the article and it came out with navigation, validation buttons and everything else. :)

Andy Budd said on August 16, 2004 4:32 PM

Oops Nick,

I did know that, honest :-)

Looks like a slightly older version of the article may have got uploaded. That gaff has been fixed now.