Accessibility Workshop

In October, I had the pleasure of giving a presentation on Website Accessibility at the ILEAD NY workshop in Utica, NY. I’d planned to write up my notes to accompany the slides, since the slides […]

Cool Tools for Webmasters

Internet Librarian – Frank Cervone (and Darlene Fichter – who couldn’t be  there) This is always a very userful session, full of great tips and  tools  Looking forward to  testing out some of these that […]

Google’s new Browser Size tool

(larger photo) Google Browser Size is a handy new tool that helps you visualize what portion of your website viewers can see on various browser screen sizes. Looks like 98% of viewers can see my […]

Blogs as websites – CIL2009

Computers in Libraries – Blogs as websites session – Track E105 Aaron Schmidt – DC Public Library 10 reasons to use wordpress to create your website Free – – remotely hosted version of WordPress, […]

Time to Clean Up Your Web Site & Give Your Customers What They Want

Curtis Rogers’ post The Library’s web site shouldn’t be a PUZZLE to Patrons (which is in part a summary of a post from The Marketing Blog) makes some great points about our how we can […]

Video, slidehows, photos – widgets add fresh content to your web site

Ever wondered how to add a flickr slideshow to your website? Or a YouTube video? Or a PowerPoint slideshow? Check out this great article by Aaron Schmidt: Widgets and Widgetry for Librarians: Copy, Paste, and […]