I recently started venturing into web design and development and I am currenly loving every minute of it. I thought it might be a good idea to get involved in the community, so I hop this intro isnt annoying anyone.
Anwho, I am currenly at Uni(Bournemouth,England) doing a course in Interactive Media. I am quite new to the whole design/development scene(3-5) months but like i said, I love, love love it.
I recently finished working on my first “real” project for a family member. I say finished but it is still a work in progress and i hope to have it finished within a week max.
Check it out, let me know what you think:
Its a brochure website which aims to inform potential customers/visitors of the company’s services(building).
As an example to further my point, where I am located a lot of the government agencies still require IE6 because of some of the outdated intranets that they are running. Therefore, if I were creating a website for a government organization I would most certainly need to support IE6 in some fashion.
Remember that ‘supporting IE6’ does NOT, by any means, mean pixel perfect – just a functional website. Will they get rounded corners? No. Will they get neat CSS3 things? No. Etc etc. They just need functionality.