Tag: UI

Aerotwist – Better password form fields

Published 4 years 2 months ago on May 1, 2014

Heartbleed (hopefully) had us all changing our passwords. A lot of passwords. It was a grim reminder of just how terrible so many password policies are, but that’s beside the point. This is great: It was so frustrating to have 1Password generate a password for me only to find out that the established password policy […]

Discovering Sketch

Published 4 years 8 months ago on November 13, 2013

I’m not a designer but I use the tools of designers a lot. I spend a lot of my time in Photoshop exporting assets for projects and on top of that paying what feels like an unfair price to do it. It’s not that I don’t think it’s worth it, I’m just ready for something […]

Firefox makes a decision, removes an option

Published 5 years 3 weeks ago on July 2, 2013

There are two main points to talk about here, the first of which is the observation that Firefox has removed the option to disable JavaScript as of version 23. That is awesome. Naturally, the hive is upset at the decision because it takes away something people feel they have the right to control. I understand […]

jQuery plugin for Avgrund concept popin

Published 5 years 10 months ago on September 4, 2012

jQuery plugin for Avgrund concept popin. Woo this is sharp looking. Modal dialogs have become a very valuable UI element we see and use every day. It’s great to see innovation continuing to happen in this space, and Avgrund Modals do just that. I think the resulting effect is quite neat and it’s implementation is […]

WordPress UI User Testing

Published 5 years 11 months ago on July 24, 2012

Hey everyone, my name is Dave Martin. « Make WordPress UI. Depending on how interested you are with WordPress you may or may not know that the team behind WordPress recently made public a number of blogs that facilitate keeping up with real-time discussions amongst the team as they work on the next version of […]

Hacking: Always Design the UX First

Published 6 years 1 month ago on June 5, 2012

Hacking: Always Design the UX First | systemizer. I really stand behind the message of this post as it applies directly to me too. It’s also one of the reasons I love Bootstrap so much, it produces enough of the UI to fully contribute to your excitement about a project by watching it unfold before […]

GNOME 3.4 arrives, introducing significant design changes

Published 6 years 3 months ago on April 2, 2012

Hands-on: GNOME 3.4 arrives, introducing significant design changes. I’m still a Linux geek. Every few months I’ll get this overwhelming feeling that I’d love to just drop my current workflow entirely and get myself up and running with Linux. I can’t explain why, it’s just really attractive to me periodically. With my Linux fascination I’m […]

Introducing the New Developer Experience

Published 6 years 4 months ago on February 29, 2012

Introducing the New Developer Experience – The Visual Studio Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs. I haven’t used a Microsoft product (aside from browser testing or helping with a family/friend computer issue) in a number of years, but I’m always interested in seeing what they’ve got cooking. It’s a monstrous company with many resources, […]

Re: Recent Google UI Changes

Published 6 years 4 months ago on February 23, 2012

Kevin Fox – Google+ – I was writing a blog post about three recent changes to…. There’s a lot to read in this post, but it outlines a number of questions I’ve had as of late. Google’s never been looked at as a company that really optimized the design experience. That is until as of […]

HTML5 Clear

Published 6 years 4 months ago on February 23, 2012

HTML5 Clear. There’s no question that Clear‘s UI is innovative. In fact I think it’s genius. It only took about four minutes for someone to replicate it in HTML5 and it’s surely worth a look on your applicable touch-capable device.

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