Sprint PCS goes CSS
19th November 2003
The Sprint PCS site has relaunched, using XHTML 1.0 transitional and CSS. It’s another great example of a mostly web standards compliant commerical/corporate; there are a few validation errors thanks to a quarrelsome CMS. France Rupert is the lead developer behind the new site and is promising a detailed writeup of the process and challenges behind the redesign. France hails from Kansas City, so hopefully we’ll be able to get him along to a web meetup in the not too distant future.
In related news, WaSP have an excellent interview up with Dan Cederholm, lead developer behind the high profile Fast Company and Inc.com web standards redesigns and squire of Simple Bits. The interview has a lot of great anecdotes about how switching to standards saved both time and money.
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