The Guardian's Digital Development teams are out of the office and spending two days trying new ideas, starting things, breaking things and generally seeing what could be possible. Day one will be mainly the kick off, idea discussions and some initial hacking about. Day two will be frantic hacking leading up to presentations, awards and lots of fun.
And we've ended the day on a well-des...
An organisation striving for openness is led by someone who funded opposition to same-sex marriage. This must not go unchecked
Do you agree with everything your boss believes? Is this a requirement for working under them? The challenge issued this week to Mozilla creators of the Firefox web browser and advocates of the "open web" is whether their new CEO's alleged support for anti-gay m...
I'd like to explain to begin with what I mean by "the multi-device news challenge". Here are a couple of big numbers: 322: the number of unique browser versions the Guardian gets traffic from in a month.
A few weeks ago I was in central London near the river, waiting to cross the road. Just before the traffic lights changed, a huge yellow and blue truck-like vehicle came rolling past.
It's the most talked-about web development technique of the past few years and it's officially reached the mainstream: responsive web design is being used by huge content sites like the Boston Globe, the BBC, Channel 4, and now the Guardian.
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