I just created a picture for the Miogiro Facebook page, and it took me a lot of trial and error to figure out what works. The profile is that Facebook makes you upload an image that is at least 180 x 180 px, but it then uses ugly JPEG compression on it and creates a […] Read more – ‘Making a profile picture for your Facebook page’.
Recently I’m been working on a single sign-on system (SSO, in the biz) and this week I added support for logging into the SSO via the Facebook Login Button. It’s cool that you can have a user log into you website using Facebook but as it stands there are a few… unfortunate… aspects to the system, all […] Read more – ‘The Facebook Login Button and logging into your webapp’.
My first posts to this blog focused somewhat narrowly on some principles of web design but recently I find myself advising people just as much on the ‘why’ of websites as the ‘how’. Therefore this blog’s focus will broaden a bit, and I will also be posting about where I see the web is going. […] Read more – ‘Going Dark, or The Fading Appeal of Living Online’.