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- Jonathan Christopher
Monday By Noon has been going strong for over three years now. What would you like to change?
I’ve just pushed live the fourth revision to Monday By Noon. The new minimalist design focuses primarily on readability and the content itself.
After taking a few weeks off, I’ll be returning to our regularly scheduled publications starting next week: June 23, 2008
I’ll be taking an undetermined amount of time off to focus some serious effort on personal projects, but I’ll be back soon!
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As another year rolls to completion, I wanted to take the time to outline some articles I’ve published in the last 12 months and existing readers may have missed or new readers have not been exposed to quite yet.
I don’t claim to be the Web’s gift to design, but I went ahead and pushed the latest version of the Monday By Noon site design; version 3. Personally, I think this new version is a step up from version 2, and a giant leap ahead from the launch version. You may think it’s a bit better, you might hate it. If you’d like to leave your opinion please feel free, I’ve always got an open ear.
A catch-up of the past year.
It was time for a redesign and reorganization so after a solid weekend of work, I proudly present Monday By Noon Version 2.
After three weeks of offering only partial content in my RSS feed, I’ve decided to switch back to providing full text. After seriously considering it, providing a partial RSS feed defeats the purpose of a site like this even having one, really. The site is devoted to reading, writing, and talking about Web design, development, […]