Jotted down to remember.
Advent Calender for the Web Developer (It’s too bad I just found it now)
Infographic of golden gate suicides
Good guide to getting past that choosing type roadblock
Convert DVDs to Mpeg 4
SF Cronicle lists top 100 wines
Inline CSS editing for Safari
Great CSS List and Float Tutorials. List-a-matic!
“Fonts aren’t rocket science, but I’ll be darned if they don’t keep on getting closer to it.”
Looks like a decent set of free quality icons (16 x 16)
Awesome idea. Giving voicemail numbers to homeless people so they can use them to find work. “Spend $7 to change a life.”
Just in Portland right now, but this is exactly what I wanted just last week for Seattle.
Yahoo! buys another!
Everything anyone needs to know about pricing software.
API for Gtalkr, flash program that interfaces with Google Talk
Use google talk from within your browser
APIs at USPS!
Type something and watch the little man make stuff out of boxes.
Put a magnet next to it and it becomes solid.
Reminds me of making paper snowflakes, but just a whole lot cooler.
Play MP3s in browser
Nice UI and iPhoto integration. No auto brightness/contrast matching across images, and not currently designed to assemble panorama “matrixes”. Still, may be worth trying out.
Don’t go back to tag soup for AJAX!
Slow down and think centuries!
Free scienceNow Nova movies
Courdal Partners short film
Free fonts that don’t suck!
The Wal-mart movie
Webmail client that actually looks nice to use
Fully automatic and odor free
Humans doing tasks computers do poorly for money
Flash doesn’t seem to be as big of a deterrent as it used to be.
List of programs/websites that help people do stuff… organized by the stuff they want to do
By Cameron Moll
An attempt at explaining why that video game addiction is so intense and then vanishes.
What makes people believe the websites they read?
Photos of model San Francisco cast in Jell-O.
Design maturity chart explaining why design isn’t just about style
Designer heavyweights talk shop.
The cool effects library that sits on top of Prototype
Khoi Vihn on grids and the Onion redesign.
It’s all about less!
DUB is an emerging alliance of faculty and students across the University of Washington exploring human computer interaction.
‘The tip is so small you can write words on a grain of rice’
I wouldn’t mind working for this place some day
Web Essentials 2.0 Podcasts from Sydney
Tim O’Reilly essay on Web 2.0
Mark Boulton continues his grid series with an article detailing his document grid setup and design process.
The SURL team specializes in software/website user interface design research, human-computer interaction research, and usability testing and research.
xhtml 1.0 strict form that renders correct accross multiple browsers
Workspace for Writers
by Tim O’Reilly
The screens feature real-time calculated animation visualizations using data received each hour. This data consists of a list of checked-out items organized in chronological order.
I find myself caught up in striving for this elusive perfection all the time
A handy list of things you can do with .htaccess
From system 1-10.4
Tips for writing better email - keep it short!
Tons of Human Computer Interaction papers (pdf)
If only font faces were 99 cents a pop…
Companion site to the book Thinking with Type
Interview with apple designer Jonathan Ive
Multi-protocol (AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo) instant messenger in a web app.
Writing prompts to get past writers block
REST api for last.fm info like recently played tracks, related artists, friends & neighbors stats and more.
An artists version of telephone with images
How not to improve a web form registration process
It involves uploading modified firmware to the Linksys. No easier way?!
Why teaching is be the best (and honest) form of marketing
User interface design patterns. The companion site to the O’reilly-book-in-progress by Jenifer Tidwell.
The first episode interviews Andy Hertzfeld
Conceived as a method to improve the living conditions in rural Alabama and to include hands-on experience in an architectural pedagogy
“Email newsletter and list management tool” a.k.a. structured spamming
Part of the iSchool at University of Washington.
UX Week Presentation by Marc Rettig, Aradhana Goel
All photos are released into the public domain
Search engine optimization voodoo
Doug Bowman’s incredible photo templates
Expanding the definition of design
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