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Design for people, Code for computers - Jasper Moelker (18 apr 2013)

by architect, engineer, programmer at Active IDs, Urban Detectives, Booosting on Apr 30, 2013

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As web developers we commonly create a presentation of content using html and css styles to make it more appealing and readable for people. With a little extra effort we can make the same content just ...

As web developers we commonly create a presentation of content using html and css styles to make it more appealing and readable for people. With a little extra effort we can make the same content just as accessible to computers and applications. This can be achieved by including a variety of metadata within the markup and by linking external metadata files. This presentation looks at these different metadata at a glance, including: basic metadata, device icons, structured data, open graph, open search, rss feeds, xml sitemaps, robots.txt & humans.txt.

This presentation was first presented during the Pecha Kucha meeting of Fronteers at de Voorhoede, Amsterdam, 18 April 2013.

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