I was reconsidering how to reorganize the large quantity of date on the TCHO footer: I found some inspitation at designshack.co.uk as well as webdesignerwall.com. And this useful review of 20 websites (from big corporation to small portfolio sites) who organized their footer cleverly to enhance usability.:Webdesigner Depot. TCHO doesn’t use WordPress so it takes […]
I have used this product for a long time and just wanted to let people know that they can order it online now and according to the research done by WFM sales tax is NOT to be applied to stevia anymore since FDA changed its status from “Supplement” to Food (additive). (Disclosure: I’ve done design […]
A VIsual History… is it branding confusion or an adaption to changing times? via Changes of the bat symbol. – Designers Go To Heaven.
The other day I accidentally did a content “aware” fill in CS5. The results were unusually surreal. Here’s a before and after:
This new flight search tool has a great interface. But I see they are missing Southwest in the search I tested. http://www.hipmunk.com/
I have been showing with these great folks for a couple years… Entry Fee (Artists Review – SFMOMA Artists Gallery): $40.00 The SFMOMA Artists Gallery exhibits artists of established ability who live in the Bay Area and Northern California, providing a source of revenue for the artist and exposure of their work through the Gallery’s […]
Another sign of how successful WordPress has been at solving the blogging and CMS puzzle. You don’t have to be a WordPress expert to see strength in these numbers. I wonder how many of these new users are looking to customize wordpress layout. Microsoft says that it decided that instead of building its own competing […]
More amazing information design… “2053” – This is the number of nuclear explosions conducted in various parts of the globe from 1954-1998. YouTube – 1945-1998 (by Isao Hashimoto, Japan, © 2003).
AKA the “oauthcalypse“… Twitter now requires all third-party app developers to use “OAuth” for user authentication. Twitter’s reflects a big trend on the social web, where basic authentication is being left behind for the more secure OAuth when services and applications connect user’s accounts The biggest advantage of OAuth is you don’t have to tell […]
This Yelp post has a funny video about a barbershop in LA that advertises its negative reviews. They have a healthy attitude about it. Three Things You Didn’t Know About Negative Reviews 1. Most reviews on Yelp are actually positive — about 85% are 3 stars or above. In fact, this is pretty consistent across […]
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