Category Archives: Front-End Development

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Help Acquity Group present at SXSW!

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#FridayFive: Front End Technology

Expert Front End Developers Teddy Huff & Nick Gentile discuss new and exciting trends in the world of Front End technology.

#FridayFive: Front End Technology

Expert Front End Developers Teddy Huff & Nick Gentile discuss new and exciting trends in the world of Front End technology.

INFOGRAPHIC: Responsive Web Design

More Than a Trend, Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Website. Responsive Web Design is a form of web development that uses a fluid structure to optimize one website for the device it’s being viewed on. Whether your audience visits your

INFOGRAPHIC: Responsive Web Design

More Than a Trend, Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Website. Responsive Web Design is a form of web development that uses a fluid structure to optimize one website for the device it’s being viewed on. Whether your audience visits your

Collaboration at Acquity Group with Front-End Development

At many agencies the front-end developer role entails translating a design into HTML, and nothing more. At Acquity Group front-end developers do recreate Photoshop designs, pixel-for-pixel, into HTML templates, however it is also a much more collaborative role than a

Collaboration at Acquity Group with Front-End Development

At many agencies the front-end developer role entails translating a design into HTML, and nothing more. At Acquity Group front-end developers do recreate Photoshop designs, pixel-for-pixel, into HTML templates, however it is also a much more collaborative role than a

Even Microsoft Wants to Get Rid of IE6

One of the things the Front End Development has been discussing is Microsoft’s new campaign to get people to upgrade from Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) to a better and more current program. They’ve launched http://www.ie6countdown.com/, which tracks the global Internet Explorer

Even Microsoft Wants to Get Rid of IE6

One of the things the Front End Development has been discussing is Microsoft’s new campaign to get people to upgrade from Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) to a better and more current program. They’ve launched http://www.ie6countdown.com/, which tracks the global Internet Explorer

The Current State of Robust Typography on the Web – Part II

In the previous post, we looked at a few ways to better incorporate non web-safe fonts on websites.  We ended at Cufón – a great solution, but with font licensing as an issue… Looking for a method where you don’t need

The Current State of Robust Typography on the Web – Part II

In the previous post, we looked at a few ways to better incorporate non web-safe fonts on websites.  We ended at Cufón – a great solution, but with font licensing as an issue… Looking for a method where you don’t need

The Current State of Robust Typography on the Web – Part I

For quite some time designers have been looking for an effective way to create web designs using rich typography. Unfortunately there are not many web-safe fonts that will work with all browsers. One of the challenges that comes with front

The Current State of Robust Typography on the Web – Part I

For quite some time designers have been looking for an effective way to create web designs using rich typography. Unfortunately there are not many web-safe fonts that will work with all browsers. One of the challenges that comes with front

Why Developers Don’t Like IE6

2001 was almost a decade ago, yet we are still developing for Internet Explorer 6 which was released nine years ago. A lot has happened in the last nine years. Cell phones are smaller, DVDs became the primary video format,

Why Developers Don’t Like IE6

2001 was almost a decade ago, yet we are still developing for Internet Explorer 6 which was released nine years ago. A lot has happened in the last nine years. Cell phones are smaller, DVDs became the primary video format,