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Data Measuring

Learning about the basic constructs of XML

A few weeks ago I wrote about relational data models and databases and some of the basic principles which I learned about in an online Stanford course. As part of the same course I recently learned about “XML” which stands for Extensible Markup Language, a standard for data representation and exchange. Having worked in the entertainment […]

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Amazon eCommerce User Experience

UX features for online retailers to consider

I just read a really insightful piece by Paul Bryan on 10 Absentee UX Features on Top e-Commerce Sites. His agency, Usography, has conducted a Retailer UX audit, looking at the 100 top retail websites. The audit highlighted some key user experience (UX) features for brands to consider. From the 10 features that Bryan listed in […]

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Online Trends Technology

What is HTML5 all about?

Last night I suddenly realised that I didn’t really know what “HTML5” was. I wasn’t devastated about it but I did feel it would be a good reason to learn a thing or two about HTML and HTML5. The story starts with Tim Berners-Lee inventing the World Wide Web in the early 1990s and subsequently […]