Friday, April 09, 2004

Jeffrey Veen: Why Content Management Fails

I have to meet this guy. I have to meet the members of Adaptive Path. They are true visionaries in this field.

Finding this article was timely, as I am about to leave the world’s most profitable online application to return to the world’s most complicated CMS (author’s opinion). And, yet again, Jeffrey Veen nails the issue:

Jeffrey Veen: Why Content Management Fails

So many of the companies I ve spoken to lately have complained about the content on their Web sites. They say it s woefully out of date, growing out of control, and generally a complete mess. Almost unanimously, these companies have chosen to solve the problem by handing it to their IT departments.

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Jeffrey Veen: Why I Don't Care About Accessibility

Thanks, Brett, for forwarding a fantastic blog post:

I don’t care about accessibility

And that’s why I don’t care about accessibility. Because when Web design is practiced as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free.