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The importance of content for Image and Perception

Tue, 2014-09-23 20:46
After Oracle's news about the changes at the helm, I was offered to follow a new user on twitter. which may be relevant for me - @MarkVHurd

My first click from twitter, on my mobile phone, was to look at is web site : MarkHurd.com

Here is what I saw over 3 days, and 3 visits - the screen are compiled in one animated gif - days 1, 2 and 3 are available as still images on my G+ page too ;)


The pros: the web master is busy improving the site every day.
The cons: they do not seams to get what mobile friendly really means... here is the same site in desktop view.
Here again, you can see that the web master was busy - there is a new anchor:

Mark Hurd is Chief Executive Officer of Oracle Corporation and a member of the Board of Directors
As a geek, you tale a look at the browser title (or at the source):

property="og:title" content="Mark Hurd | Oracle President and Board of Directors Member" />
The question I am left with: does the web master get the concepts behind SEO?

My next wonder is about UX, but I'll keep it for another blog post - as a teaser, you can look at my twitter feed : https://twitter.com/rajkovic


High Res only - one version of the resource to serve

Wed, 2014-07-30 12:39
With the new hardware and fast internet connection, is it the norm to only keep images in one high-res version, regardless of the way the content is utilized in the article?

Today's example is this article on Forbes; Why I Left The Wall Street Journal To Join Oracle

From the article, here are two images :Siloette
Looks like a style of publishing where a subset of a full publication is injected on the left pane of another article to cross reference articles. If you continue reading on the site, then you start to benefit from this as you already have the resource in your local cache.
Is this the new trend or one off?
The other new trend I am seeing is to use flouted images on iOS, as background image in LinkedIn Connect for iOS.