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The Copenhagen Metro. Take 2
Today is a day to remember for commuters, turists and the like around Copenhagen as well as frontend savvies around the world - Today is the launch of version 2.0 of The Copenhagen Metro.
June 17th, 2008
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Posted in Accessibility, CMS, Design, Front-end, Web Standards
Shiny new Royal Copenhagen
More than 230 years in business, now with a brand new digital identity and online strategy
November 21st, 2007
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There is front-end and there is real front-end
It sounds the same but there is a world of difference. The 'real' defines the line between the work of simply transforming a layout to (X)HTML and actually relate visual elements to semantic structured logic with the use of web standards
October 16th, 2007
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Posted in Accessibility, Front-end, Web Standards

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The Copenhagen Metro. Take 2
Today is a day to remember for commuters, turists and the like around Copenhagen as well as frontend savvies around
Shiny new Royal Copenhagen
More than 230 years in business, now with a brand new digital identity and online strategy
There is front-end and there is real front-end
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