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What do YOU want to know about?

By Brian Egan on July 21, 2009 5:35 PM | Permalink
Today is all about YOU! What web topics interest you? What would you like to know about the web?

I keep a running list of blog post ideas, but I'm not sure how they're landing so far. Are my posts informative and useful, and are they answering questions you might have been wondering about?

Please let me know if our posts have been helpful, and if you would like us to cover a specific topic. Here's a list of topics that might help you brainstorm, but please don't limit yourself to only these topics!

  • Drupal / Content Management
  • Mobile Web Design
  • Web site terminology
  • Web Tutorials / Screencasts
  • Information Architecture
  • Graphic Design
  • Accessibility
  • Usability
  • Content
  • Web Writing
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Web site statistics
  • Informational Games
  • Video

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Submitted by began on
Sorry about the delay in response, just got back from a short vacation. Thanks for the input! I'll take this information and use to to write future blog posts.
Submitted by tipri on
I'd be very interested in most of the topics you list, but particularly drupal, mobile web, graphic design, accessibility, usability, seo, stats, and video. I also like Priscilla's suggestion. I like seeing what other libraries are up to. Although I try to keep up, I'm sure there are plenty of sites I'm missing.
Submitted by pfinley on
I marked the post where you had other library sites you liked, but haven't had the time/attention span to follow all the links. I would enjoy posts like that where you highlight one aspect of one noteworthy site (ideally with screenshots since I tend to wander away when I have to follow links) and explain pros & cons, why it works or doesn't, and how they did it. I also appreciated Alex's recent post on URIs and would like to read more about best practices. Thanks for asking!

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