- Feb 2022
Appendix F: Questions Universities Can Ask Certification Bodies to Assess Quality of Certifications
These questions (I believe) are coming from a place of validating certifications. Experts publish these as helpful guides to understand if and to what degree certifications are trustworthy. In other words, are they worth the paper they're printed on? In the case of micro-credentials, most questions are likely overkill for the proposal process, etc. Given the central role and importance of TRUST however, perhaps providing a version of these questions to stakeholders seeking to propose micro-credentials could be beneficial in pushing their thinking, or at least centering these themes in their thinking.
- May 2021
Approaching email development this way transitions more of the quality assurance (QA) process to the browser instead of the email client. It gives email designers more power, control, and confidence in developing an email that will render gracefully across all email clients.
can mostly test with browser and have less need (but still not no need) to test with email client
This approach also splits email development for modern email clients and older clients in two. You can use Safari/Chrome to test and develop modern techniques for WebKit-supported clients while using Firefox for your baseline experience for older clients like Outlook.
- annotation meta: may need new tag
- targeting modern browsers
- feeling confident
- HTML email: nice design
- QA (quality assurance) process
- Jul 2016
Craig doesn’t think elite schools need to worry; their degrees will still be used by employers as a sign of quality.