How to Write for the Web
- Writing for the Web and Content Design
- Easy to follow advice on how to write for the web
- Writing for the Web
- Usability.gov offers a wealth of tips on ways to write for the web and how to make it effective to web users.
- F-Shaped Pattern For Reading Web Content
- “Eyetracking visualizations show that users often read Web pages in an F-shaped pattern: two horizontal stripes followed by a vertical stripe.” Read this article to learn how to create web pages that are easy to read for all users
- Best Practices for Web Writing
- From the site: “Guidelines, tips, and (not-so-subtle) suggestions to create effective content, engage and inform your audiences, and meet your goals.”
How to Cite Images found on the Web
- How to Cite Images from the Internet
- Great resources on how to give the appropriate attribution when finding images from the Internet
- Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: How to Attribute Images Used on the Web
- Great primer to learn how to give the appropriate attributions to images found on the web that you want to re-use in your site/blog post, etc.
How to Find Open Domain/Open Access Images on the Web
- Connecticut Digital Archive (CTDA)
- Great site to find images from Connecticut, including Hartford.
- Library of Congress
- Check the many collections of free images from their historical archives. Check the following collections: American Memory; Prints and Photographs, etc.
- NYPL: Public Domain Picks
- Great site to find public domain images