Omnivision designs fast, good looking, Standards-compliant web sites. Sites for people, not statistics. More signal, less noise. Here's the what, why and how of site design that works.
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This is the third. Life viewed through a glass, occasionally darkly.
Web development work has taken a back seat in recent times, as I concentrate my efforts on being a photographer again. See some of the results on my other site.
This site is built in XHTML and CSS, for Standards-based separation of content and presentation. Here's why.
This site is coded with XHTML and CSS. While the content is accessible to all browsing devices, presentation is best in a modern, W3C Standards-compliant browser.
Time marches on; all things change. Especially the Internet.
This site represents an earlier chapter of my life. I've moved on, or back, depending on your point of view, to photography. And to Hong Kong, as it happens.
But I offer this site, and its content, as an archive of the way things were before Web 2.0, when the adoption and implementation of Standards-based web design was the hot topic among developers around the world. Of a time when browsing devices that are now common hadn't even been invented yet. When developers learned that, by coding with Standards, their sites would still look good, and be accessible, on those devices.
And as an archive of my work from the decade 1995-2005. Or thereabouts.