A Blog Not Limited

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EE Podcast Survey Results & Listener Mailbag
While I was on vacation (a fantastic vacation), a new episode of the EE Podcast hit the interwebs. In episode 73, Lea and I share the results of our listener survey, and talk about the process of putting the survey together and analyzing the results. We also answer questions our listeners submitted via email and Twitter.
EE Polls, Surveys & Quizzes (Oh My!)
A new episode of The ExpressionEngine Podcast is now live and available for your listening pleasure! Episode #53 is all about polls, surveys and quizzes, as Lea and I talk about data gathering with ExpressionEngine.
Take The Survey
I have but one question for you: Are you a web professional? If the answer is yes, then take The Survey for People Who Make Websites.
Useful Tweets 28
It has been months and months, and I'm finally returning to this series. Fortunately and not surprisingly, my tweeting was significantly less while writing the book, especially tweets with "useful" links. So you haven't really missed out on much … not that you would anyways. I promise I won't make you wait so long next time, but this won't be returning to a weekly series. Maybe bi-monthly; likely monthly. It all depends on my Twitter behavior. But if you need…
Findings From ALA's 2008 Survey: My Two Cents
The results are in from A List Apart's 2008 Survey for People Who Make Websites. And the findings aren't all too surprising, not only based on the previous survey's results but also just from my own experience working in this field.
The State of the Web: Survey Results
A few weeks ago, the folks from Web Directions and Scroll Magazine launched The State of the Web 2008, a new (hopefully annual) survey to help collect data about the industry and its professionals. The results are now in.
The State of the Web: A Survey
One of the more frustrating things about the web industry is the fact that it is comparatively new and, as such, there is an overwhelming lack of data about the industry and its professionals. There is ALA's Survey for People Who Make Websites, which is in its second year and focuses a fair amount on the HR aspects of the industry, including salaries, benefits, job titles, responsibilities, etc. Then there is Opera's MAMA research, which focuses more on web sites…
Fellow Web Geeks: Just Do It
A List Apart's 2008 Survey for People Who Make Websites is here.

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Emily Lewis

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I'm a freelance web designer of the standardista variety, which means I get excited about things like valid POSH, microformats and accessibility. I ply my trade from my one-person design studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106 USA.

A Blog Not Limited is my personal blog where I pontificate about web design, web standards, semantics and whatever else strikes my fancy. Head on over to Emily Lewis Design if you'd like to see my work or, even better, hire me.


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