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Ten questions for Lachlan Hunt
Ten questions for Sarah Blow
Sarah talks about her job, the mobile web, London Geek Girls, women in technology, inspirations and more.
Ten questions for Peter-Paul Koch
Ten questions for Donna Maurer
Donna talks about information architecture and interaction designer, the term "usability", teaching people to think, teams, AJAX interactions and more.
Ten questions for Steve Faulkner
Steve Faulkner talks about accessibility, the Web Accessibility toolbar, the Web Accessibility Tools Consortium, title attributes, AJAX and WCAG2.
Ten questions for David Storey
David Storey talks about Web Openers, web standards, Opera9, Operas relevance in todays marketplace, document.stylesheets and User Agent String spoofing.
Ten questions for Laura Carlson
Laura Carlson talks about University, web standards, accessibility, the Web Design Reference, training and knowledge exchange.
Ten questions for Gian Sampson-Wild
Gian Wild talks about accessibility, WCAG 2.0, cognitive disability, Baseline, valid code, AAA and opening shopping malls.
Ten questions for Jeremy Keith
Ten questions for Patrick Lauke
Patrick Lauke talks about photography, CSS, the Zen Garden, accessibility, SMIL and the WASP accessibility Task Force.
Ten questions for Russ Weakley
Russ Weakley talks about "unlearning", web standards influences, the history of the WSG, accessibility, flash, dropdown menus, design and xhtml.
Ten questions for Derek Featherstone
Derek Featherstone talks about accessibility, semantically correct markup, Tabindex, skip links, link styles, the link element and accessibility myths.
Ten questions for Joe Clark
Joe Clark talks about fonts, "more" links, opening new windows, skip links, source order, titles, accessible PDFs, forms, data tables and more.
Ten questions for Jason Santa Maria
Jason Santa Maria talks about revamping blogs, web standards influences, awards, learning new skills, sketchbooks, grey boxes, design trends and more.
Ten questions for Tommy Olsson
Tommy Olsson from Autistic Cuckoo talks about XHTML, how XHTML should be served, content negotiation, strict vs transitional, abbreviations, floats, block elements, accessibility and more.
Ten questions for Cameron Adams
Cameron, aka the Man in Blue, talks about standards, his amazing site, design, CSS Scrabble, the Web Standards Awards, accessible forms and more.
Ten questions for Roger Johansson
Roger talks about web standards, round corners, development mistakes, ampersands and more.
Ten questions for John Allsopp
John talks about CSS Samuari, standards, Dao, dogs, line-height, font-size and more.
Ten questions for Jon Hicks
Jon talks about standards, his site, IE whitespace, logo designs and browser resources.
Ten questions for John Gallant (Big John)
John talks about bug hunting, three column layouts, creating full css layouts and browsers.
Ten questions for Richard Rutter
Richard talks about liquid layouts, scaling images, accesskeys, ems, and the standards-based rebuild of Multimap.
Ten questions for Molly Holzschlag
Molly talks about her books, standards, CSS vs tables, the IE factor, the Web Standards Project and more.
Ten questions for Dan Cederholm
Dan talks about web design, standards, semantically correct markup, SimpleQuiz and his hot-off-the-presses book.
Ten questions for Simon Willison
Simon talks about his blogs, web standards, killer tables, CSS, Longhorn and WaSP.
Ten questions for Patrick Griffiths
Patrick talks about HTML Dog, AAA compliance, the HR element, Elastic Design and web standards.
Ten questions for Andy Budd
Andy talks about web design, web standards, the Web Standards Awards and Skillswap.
Ten questions for Nick Finck
Nick talks about Digital Web, structure, web standards, liquid layouts and blogging.
Ten questions for Anne van Kesteren
Anne talks about serving correct mime types, XHTML vs HTML and the pursuit of perfect markup.
Ten questions for Keith Robinson
Keith talks about web standards, frustration, validation, accessibility, usability and the Golden Triangle.
Ten questions for Eric Meyer
Eric Meyer is grilled about his new books, image replacement techniques, font-size, CSS hacks and more.
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