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Should government sites be more up-to-date in terms of usability, accessibility, design, coding standard and outreach? We certainly think so. The publications on this site are a collaboration between a group of professional web folks who are passionate about ways of improving the government web sites. We hope you find this site useful, and we'd love to hear your thoughts in our articles' comment section.

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Jin Yang Jin Yang, editor
“Form follows function - that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.” That's one of my favorite quotes on design, by Frank Lloyd Wright. Hi, I'm Jin. I'm a user-interface designer. Since I started my career as a web designer in 1995, my passion has been creating elegant websites that are both beautiful and usable. I'm also a bacon fiend.
David Lantner David Lantner, editor
David has been working on the web for more than ten years and feels fortunate to have been a part of this cultural phenomenon. He is continually fascinated by the changing nature of the web and its use by society. Now, he is taking part in bringing that change to Washington. David believes that Web 2.0 must not forget the foundation of Web 1.0 - the recommendations of the W3C and the best practices proven out by industry including inclusive, accessible design utilizing progressive enhancement. At the same time, he is a firm believer in the open nature of the web and the power of the "View Source" menu item in the browser. Dispelling bad practices takes time, effort and persistence so he asks for your comments and feedback in this endeavor.

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  • Andrew Kirkpatrick: Jin, First off, thanks for your thoughts on accessibility – it is a very critical topic and an...
  • Nick Whitmoyer: This adobe campaign has been causing a lot of controversy. Many people complained about the ads,...
  • David: @Sam: Thanks! It was nice just to get my thoughts together in one place and to clarify what the issues are...
  • Sam Johnston: This is a great article David, thanks a lot for taking the time to write it. Sam
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