- Tumblr Kit
- On the patio. Happy New Year! (Taken with picplz.)
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- Happy birthday, Laura! (Taken with picplz.)
- Espada! hotvvheels: Fastback Friday
- chromjuwelen: (via absolutely perfect picture)
- sneak: I made this simple site for a side-project called...
- hotvvheels: TZ3 Stradale
- chromjuwelen: 1970 Bertone Lancia Stratos Zero (via...
- wellisntthatnice: The epitome of class. Mercedes W111 Coupe.
- XML Schema Validator
- DevOps DNS for Developers – Now There’s No Excuse Not To Know - Diary Of A Ninja
- Flickriver: Most interesting photos from VW Dune Buggies pool
- Sitting is Killing You
- 4011 2-input NAND gates
- Remove Line Breaks - Delete Carriage Returns & Remove Double Spaces
- The almost-vanished village near Chernobyl
- timeago: a jQuery plugin
- Slides: Team Leadership In the Age of Agile - Elastic Team Leadership in Software - 5 Whys
- txt2re: headache relief for programmers :: regular expression generator
- timeago: a jQuery plugin
- Javelin (JS)
- computed style: Hiring Front-End Engineers
- YUI Theater — “YUIConf 2010 Panel Discussion: The Future of Frontend Engineering” (79 min.) » Yahoo! User Interface Blog (YUIBlog)
- evercookie - virtually irrevocable persistent cookies
- Five Useful CSS/jQuery Coding Techniques For More Dynamic Websites
- jQuery Deconstructed
- Seven Must-See Videos and Presentations for Web App Developers - Smashing Magazine
- Organize jQuery Widgets with jQuery.Controller
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Category Archives: Design
The Challenge I’ve got this friend who is responsible for a corporate front-end web environment with almost a dozen browser-facing web applications. Pretty much all he can do at the moment is change static content in the antiquated and wildly … Continue reading
…who was, until recently, Visual Design Lead at Google. He now works for Twitter. It saddens me to see so many people knocking Doug for the less-than-inspiring design work found in many of Google’s products. Take this Gawker / Valleywag … Continue reading
This started out as a comment in response to Robbie’s question on my previous post, but thought I’d turn it into another post: So is it that they are written in aspx which makes them bloated?. Well, I guess that’s … Continue reading
Last week I read Steve Souders’ High Performance Web Sites. While I already have a fairly good understanding of site performance, having completed a fairly extensive performance analysis of tvnz.co.nz a few years ago and being familiar with Yahoo!’s YSlow … Continue reading
…or rather, rethinks. Jason’s site is one of my regular reads, and his design work is really solid. As art director at Happy Cog, working with the likes of Jeffrey Zeldman, Jason is up there with the best of them. … Continue reading
Jeff Croft has redesigned – and it’s brown, yo. I must say, it’ll take a bit of getting used to.
Following on from what I blogged earlier, SimpleBits has now undergone its transformation. This is a perfect example of a design realignment – no radical, from-scratch redesign. Dan has kept the best bits; the bits that already worked well. And … Continue reading
It looks like Dan Cederholm is giving SimpleBits a bit of a tweak. Watch this space.
Here’s another post about mintshot hacks. I’m not sure what happened to the page I linked to the other day; it seems to be down. [Edit: Here’s the google cache of that page.] There are a few good lessons that … Continue reading
Mintshot is a mess! Cheating, hacks, security flaws… Wow! I must say, I wasn’t overly impressed with Mintshot’s shoddy layouts and presentation, but I never thought it would be so crappy underneath!!