I realized recently (I seriously need to be more alert rather than not realizing things right away and then realize it until much later) that the only reason why I got Twitter was to subscribe to various Twitter accounts of special interests, primarily towards web designing/development, video games, and the likes. I stumbled upon this article that I should’ve written a long time ago. Sadly back then, I was a lazy-ass writer who couldn’t think of blogging something interesting other than random stuff no one is going to bother reading LOL. :P
The points mentioned in that article is pretty common sense to every web designer/developer (whether they work professionally or only as a hobby), but mostly pertaining towards those who are doing freelance business (or even an employee of a bigger designing firm). It touches base on plagiarism as well as going through W3C Web Standards before launching the site to the public. It’s a well worth reading, even to those who aren’t in to web designing/developing. At least people will have an idea how web designers/developers have similar ethics as every other artist of all fields (fine artist, painter, composer, performer, etc.). I guess you can say that many of us web designers are artists by nature.
It’s a short read. Go read and comment when you can. :)