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What Twitter could have been
As I understand, a hugely divisive internal debate occurred among Twitter employees around this time. One camp wanted to build the entire business around their realtime API. In this scenario, Twitter would have turned into something like a realtime cloud API company. The other camp looked at Google’s advertising model for inspiration, and decided that building their own version of AdWords would be the right way to go.
advertising  twitter  api  design  business 
september 2014 by deusx
From the Archives: frog’s Early Apple Tablet | Blog | design mind
The “Bashful” — named after the story-book dwarf in Snow White — was created alongside the Apple II computer series as an extension of the Snow White design language that frog Founder Hartmut Essligner helped create for the company in 1983. Concepts for this early pre-touch tablet included one with an attached keyboard and one with a floppy disk drive and convenient handle for maximum portability.
apple  design 
august 2014 by deusx
Rocky's Boots (1982) (The Learning Company) : Free Streaming : Internet Archive
Rocky's Boots is an educational logic puzzle game by Warren Robinett and Leslie Grimm, published by The Learning Company in 1982. It was released for the Apple II, the CoCo, the Commodore 64 and the IBM PC. It was followed by a more difficult sequel, Robot Odyssey. It won Software of the Year awards from Learning Magazine (1983), Parent's Choice magazine (1983), and Infoworld magazine (1982, runner-up), and received the Gold Award (for selling 100,000 copies) from the Software Publishers Association. It was one of the first educational software products for personal computers to successfully use an interactive graphical simulation as a learning environment.
gaming  retro  design  electronics 
october 2013 by deusx
Review: Composition Tools Fargo, Medium, Editorially, Marquee, and More | MIT Technology Review
In 1984, the personal-computer industry was still small enough to be captured, with reasonable fidelity, in a one-volume publication, the Whole Earth Software Catalog. It told the curious what was up: “On an unlovely flat artifact called a disk may be hidden the concentrated intelligence of thousands of hours of design.” And filed under “Organizing” was one review of particular note, describing a program called ThinkTank, created by a man named Dave Winer.
outliners  cms  design  software  writing 
october 2013 by deusx
Why cards are the future of the web | Inside Intercom
We are currently witnessing a re-architecture of the web, away from pages and destinations, towards completely personalised experiences built on an aggregation of many individual pieces of content
to:fb  cards  content  webdev  design  ux 
september 2013 by deusx
Ian Bogost - OAuth of Fealty
The fact that some rise above the despair of the product to make it work, to make it sing even, this is not because of anything Facebook has done, but a testament to the unceasing, even unhinged resilience of the human spirit. One does not develop with the Facebook Platform, but in spite of it.
webdev  facebook  developers  awesome  funny  api  design 
august 2013 by deusx
Stop Doing Internet Wrong. - Scott Hanselman
Some days...some days it's frustrating to be on the web. We're compiling C++ into JavaScript and running Unreal in the browser but at the same time, here in 2013, we're still making the same mistakes. And by we, I mean, the set of web developers who aren't us, right Dear Reader? Because surely you're not doing any of these things. ;)
webdev  internet  tips  design 
june 2013 by deusx
A UI concept which merges loading indicators into the action that invoked them. Primarily intended for use with forms where it gives users immediate feedback upon submit rather than leaving them wondering while the browser does its thing. For a real-world example, check out any of the forms on
webdev  ui  design  buttons  css 
june 2013 by deusx
Cereal Box Design: New Closure | New Republic
But here's something you may not realize (or if you do, it's probably on a subliminal level): There are actually two different types of tabbed box-closure mechanisms out there. One is the kind described above, with a perforated slot. The other format involves two interlocking box flaps that snap together without the need for a perforated slot. You can see the differences between the two designs by looking here.
to:fb  cereal  product  design 
may 2013 by deusx
Liskov substitution principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Substitutability is a principle in object-oriented programming. It states that, in a computer program, if S is a subtype of T, then objects of type T may be replaced with objects of type S (i.e., objects of type S may be substituted for objects of type T) without altering any of the desirable properties of that program (correctness, task performed, etc.).
software  gluecon  liskov  apis  programming  oop  compsci  design 
may 2013 by deusx
Focal Store
Constructed of aluminum, steel, molded furniture-grade plywood and polymers. The seat can comfortably accommodate a person ranging in height from 4’11″ to 6’8″ and up to 300 lbs. Range of seat motion laterally is 15º. Fore-aft motion ranges from 5º to 20º forward. Available with a choice of either an American walnut or white oak base and a choice of three colors for the EVA seat cushion. Upgrades include a nubuck seat cushion and an anti-fatigue mat. The seat is sourced globally and assembled in Rhode Island. See Product Guide for a complete list of materials.
furniture  office  ergo  chairs  wishlist  want  design 
february 2013 by deusx
How Mozilla Was Born
The story of the first mascot on the Internet
mozilla  mascots  internet  web  history  to:fb  design 
october 2012 by deusx
ignore the code: Buttons
But buttons are discoverable. They can have labels that describe what they do. Everybody knows how to use them. They just work. It’s why we use them to turn on the lights, instead of installing Clappers everywhere.
webdev  ui  design  buttons  clappers  to:fb 
september 2012 by deusx
Can We Please Move Past Apple's Silly, Faux-Real UIs? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
At the end of the day, there’s always a temptation to go with the familiar, but the real value is going to be found elsewhere.
design  apple  skeuomorphism  ui 
june 2012 by deusx
Conference identity + collateral | Jen Peters Graphic Design in Minneapolis MN
Program design: The program hung at an angle, so the names were rotated accordingly to ensure optimal readability. The hole was drilled in the bottom gutter of the booklet so it could be easily flipped through while attached to the lanyard.
badges  conferences  design  lanyards 
may 2012 by deusx
Pixel-fitting by Dustin Curtis
The difference is subtle, but the comparison makes it very clear. There are several major problems with the computer-created icons that leaves them looking blurry and unimpressive. For example, in the transition from 66x40 to 48x30 pixels, the human version drops the border down to exactly 2 pixels but the computer drops it to 2.8 (that's two solid black pixels, plus one half-pixel at 80% intensity), which gives it an incorrect soft edge. The computer has no way of knowing that the border should always be sharp, so it ignorantly tries to maintain the ratio of the originally-specified image at the expense of sharpness. The result is not great.
design  webdev  markdown  graphics 
may 2012 by deusx
Use this mark to identify Markdown
markdown  design  writing  webdev 
may 2012 by deusx
The Markdown Mark by Dustin Curtis
I'm making something that uses Markdown, and there's currently no great universal symbol for identifying Markdown support. So I created one.
markdown  design  writing  logos  webdev  graphics  icons 
may 2012 by deusx
Arctext.js - Curving Text with CSS3 and jQuery | Codrops
While CSS3 allows us to rotate letters, it is quite complicated to arrange each letter along a curved path. Arctext.js is a jQuery plugin that let's you do exactly that. Based on Lettering.js, it calculates the right rotation of each letter and distributes the letters equally across the imaginary arc of the given radius.
webdev  design  css  js  jquery  css3 
january 2012 by deusx
Clay / Project / Periodic Table of Swearing, Modern Toss / Period Table of Swearing
Clay produced the interactive Periodic Table of Swearing for Modern Toss. It was built in our Hoxton Street studio during our summer holidays. It's constructed from over 100 buttons, CNC'ed and laser cut MDF, direct to media printing, over 100 meters of cabling, over 300 soldered joints and a whole lot of swearing!
wishlist  want  swearing  awesome  to:tumblr  design  interactive  language 
december 2011 by deusx
Little Printer | BERG Cloud
Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper.

Total waste of paper, but still a really cute product idea despite that.
nifty  tech  printer  cloud  social  berg  design  product 
november 2011 by deusx
Computer scrollbars: Why is Apple eradicating a linchpin of user interface design? - Slate Magazine
I can understand the impulse here: Most scrollbars are kind of ugly. Even the skinny, rounded gray bar that Apple invented for the iPhone isn’t the prettiest interface element ever designed. But as unpleasant as they may be to look at, scrollbars serve a purpose on a busy screen: They tell you, at a glance, where you are in a list or a document. Because most modern scrollbars are proportional to the size of the document you’re looking at, they also give you a sense of how much lies off-screen—the smaller the scrollbar, the larger the document. And when you don’t see a scrollbar—or when the scrollbar is dimmed—this usually means there’s nothing outside the screen to look at.
ui  ux  design  scrollbars  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design
Are we really going to accept an Interface Of The Future that is less expressive than a sandwich?
design  ux  sandwiches  glass  tech  interaction 
november 2011 by deusx
jtnimoy: The Work of Josh Nimoy
I spent a half year writing software art to generate special effects for Tron Legacy, working at Digital Domain with Bradley "GMUNK" Munkowitz, Jake Sargeant, and David "dlew" Lewandowski. This page has taken a long time to be published because I've had to await clearance. A lot of my team's work was done using Adobe software and Cinema 4D. The rest of it got written in C++ using OpenFrameworks and wxWidgets, the way I've always done it with this team ;) Uniquely however, Digital Domain's CG artists were able to port my apps over to Houdini for further evolution and better rendering than OpenGL could ever provide. Special thanks to Andy King for showing me that what seasoned CG artists do at DD is actually not so far off from what's going on in the Processing community.
movies  tron  scifi  processing  graphics  specialeffects  cg  animation  design  film 
november 2011 by deusx
jQuery Masonry
A dynamic layout plugin for jQuery
The flip-side of CSS floats
webdev  css  design  layout 
november 2011 by deusx
CSS Media Queries
HTML4 and CSS2 currently support media-dependent style sheets tailored for different media types. A media query consists of a media type and zero or more expressions that check for the conditions of particular media features.

Seems like a nifty site to vet media queries on all my devices
webdev  css  mediaqueries  design 
november 2011 by deusx
Look! Store Your Books in the Rafters | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
We were charmed to the core over this ingenious book storage idea. Yes, these are just planks of painted plywood nailed to the supports for the loft above. They create perfect cubby spaces to store books, baskets and even small lights. Since we're in California, it would probably be a good idea to secure everything in place so it doesn't shake right off.
bookshelves  furniture  architecture  books  design  storage 
april 2011 by deusx
Skeuomorph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A skeuomorph, pronounced /ˈskjuːəmɔrf/ SKEW-ə-morf, or skeuomorphism (Greek: skeuos—vessel or tool, morphe—shape)[1] is a derivative object that retains ornamental design cues to a structure that was necessary in the original.
design  history  ui 
march 2011 by deusx
A quick and simple service for getting pictures of kittens for use as placeholders in your designs or code. Just put your image size (width & height) after our URL and you'll get a placeholder.
webdev  kittens  design 
march 2011 by deusx
CSS background image hacks – Nicolas Gallagher
Emulating background image crop, background image opacity, background transforms, and improved background positioning. A few hacks relying on CSS pseudo-elements to emulate features unavailable or not yet widely supported by modern browsers.
webdev  css  design  hacks  css3 
january 2011 by deusx
Emoticons and Smileys on PLATO in the 1970s
"How were these things done? Well, on PLATO, you could press SHIFT-space to move your cursor back one space -- and then if you typed another character, it would appear on top of the existing character. And if you wanted to get real fancy, you could use the MICRO and SUB and SUPER keys on a PLATO keyboard to move up and down one pixel or more -- in effect providing a HUGE array of possible emoticon characters. So if you typed "W" then SHIFT-space then "O" then SHIFT-space then "B", "T", "A", "X", all with SHIFT-spaces in between, all those characters would plot on top of each other, and the result would be the smiley as shown above in the "WOBTAX" example. "
plato  computer  history  emoticons  geek  design  nostalgia  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
Cipher - Drinking glass. Psychic. |
"An empty glass resembles a meaningless colorful mosaic, until a liquid is poured into it, revealing its name. Each side of the glass is reserved for a specific drink."
design  cipher  beverages  nifty  inspiration  cool  awesome  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
The Demise of Plain CSS: Why Sass And Languages Like It Will Triumph
"Just like higher-level programming languages compile to assembler, so Sass compiles to CSS. And just as higher-level programming languages eventually replaced the regular usage of assembler, so Sass (or a language like it) will eventually replace CSS.

Now, don’t get me wrong. I am sure CSS has many more years ahead of it, but Sass and languages like it are the future. Yes, you can complain about the syntax. You can complain about the generated code. But ultimately, the productivity and simplicity that languages like Sass offer will win over the masses. Of that you can be sure."
css  webdev  sass  design  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
Movement Mechanics in “The Legend of Zelda” « Troy Gilbert
"While Link can move a single pixel at a time, in any direction, the longer he continously moves in any direction the more he gravitates toward aligning himself with the underlying grid of the screen. The tile grid for LoZ is 16 tiles wide by 14 tiles high (including 3 tiles for the status display at the top of the screen). Each tile is 16×16 pixels. Link operates on a half-tile grid, though (32×28 tiles, 8×8 pixels each). As Link moves, if he’s not currently aligned with the half-tile grid, he is adjusted, one pixel at a time, toward the closest correction. As a result, if Link is 4 pixels off alignment he’ll line back up with the grid after moving 4 pixels."
zelda  nes  design  gaming  link  nintndo  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
ANSI lives! Viewtronics, Flash Player 10 textmode viewer - peter
"The best things in life are often silly, and in this case gloriously retro. Blocktronics, a collective of the best textmode artists around the world, have released their second art pack entitled “Codename Chris Wirth” in homage to the legendary ANSI artist RaD Man. No, it’s not 1995, and yes, this kind of art is still being produced in stunning fashion. "
ansi  art  flash  awesome  retro  graphics  design  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx
Uppercase Magazine: idsgn (a design blog)
"In an industry where popular magazines are dying or fighting to stay alive, it's exciting to see a fresh new independent magazine aimed at fellow designers and the crafty-alike (with every issue selling out so far). I'm currently enjoying a copy of issue 2, which is 100 colorful pages full of articles ranging from the world of Pantone color to scissor collecting, along with a creative postcard project that encourages you to get involved in the process."
magazines  crafts  design  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
In praise of the sci-fi corridor - Den of Geek
"Corridors make science-fiction believable, because they're so utilitarian by nature - really they're just a conduit to get from one (often overblown) set to another. So if any thought or love is put into one, if the production designer is smart enough to realise that corridors are the foundation on which larger sets are 'sold' to viewers, movie magic is close at hand."
scifi  corridors  architecture  design  movies  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
Folding Plug System
"‘Folding Plug’ changes the shape form the normal U.K plug into a 10mm thickness object"
electricity  plugs  power  uk  awesome  product  design  electronics  innovation  from delicious
august 2009 by deusx
Bitch, Co.: Tweet to an Anonymous Account
"For the anonymous release of agency induced angst"
bitchco  agencies  twitter  funny  rant  design  web2.0 
july 2009 by deusx
10 UI Design Patterns You Should Be Paying Attention To | How-To | Smashing Magazine
"design patterns are solutions to recurring problems. By extension, UI design patterns are solutions to common user interface problems. This article goes over 10 interesting UI design patterns that you can use in your own projects. In fact, you may already be using them now without knowing it."
webdev  design  patterns  usability  ux  interaction 
june 2009 by deusx
Home - Pencil Project
"With the power of the underlying Mozilla Gecko engine, Pencil turns your excellent Firefox 3 browser into a sketching tool with just a 400-kilobyte installation package. "
pencil  mozilla  prototyping  design  gui  opensource 
june 2009 by deusx
Goodbye Google | stopdesign
This goes a long ways toward explaining why everything Google does is so damn ugly. "Yes, it’s true that a team at Google couldn’t decide between two blues, so they’re testing 41 shades between each blue to see which one performs better. I had a recent debate over whether a border should be 3, 4 or 5 pixels wide, and was asked to prove my case. I can’t operate in an environment like that. I’ve grown tired of debating such miniscule design decisions. There are more exciting design problems in this world to tackle."
google  design  webdev 
march 2009 by deusx
Aza’s Thoughts » Rapid Prototyping with Greasemonkey
"In general, using the browser’s run-time as a prototyping environment enables ridiculously fast rapid prototyping. There are no deployment steps to worry about, changes are reflected instantly, and all changes are dog-foodable from the get-go. Prototyping is also entirely decoupled and parallelizable: that’s especially powerful when you don’t have access to the site for which you are making a live-patch, the backend code is obtuse, or when you multiple have competing ideas for changes you’d like to make. We actually use the same technique for prototyping new behaviors for the the Ubiquity code repository."
prototyping  webdev  design  greasemonkey  ubiquity 
march 2009 by deusx
Aza’s Thoughts » Write the manual first.
"You don’t really know a subject until you’ve had to teach it. In the same way, you don’t really understand your interface until you’ve written a manual explaining how to use it. It can be a frustrating experience. Take for example the two manuals for digital watch and analog watch. The section on setting a digital watch is over a page of dense, difficult explanation. The analog’s is a single sentence: “Pull crown and turn.”"
userexperience  ui  design  webdev 
january 2009 by deusx
Poka-yoke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Poka-yoke (ポカヨケ, Poka-yoke?) (IPA: [poka joke]) is a Japanese term that means "fail-safing", "Foolproof" or "mistake-proofing" — avoiding (yokeru) inadvertent errors (poka)) is a behavior-shaping constraint, or a method of preventing errors by putting limits on how an operation can be performed in order to force the correct completion of the operation."
design  interface  usability  ui  ux  poka-yoke  safety  ergonomics 
december 2008 by deusx
10 Useful Techniques To Improve Your User Interface Designs | How-To | Smashing Magazine
"1. Padded block links 2. Typesetting buttons 3. Using contrast to manage focus 4. Using color to manage attention 5. White space indicates relationships 6. Letter spacing 7. Auto-focus on input 8. Custom input focus 9. Hover controls 10. Verbs in labels"
webdev  design  ui  interfaces  css  tips  usability  ux 
december 2008 by deusx
Human Computer Interaction in Science Fiction Movies
"Science Fiction movies have been a source for speculation about the future of technology and human computer interaction. This paper presents a survey of different kinds of interaction designs in movies during the past decades and relates the techniques of the films to existing technologies and prototypes where possible. The interactions will be categorized with respect to their domain of real-life applications and also evaluated in regard to results of current research in human computer interaction."
ux  hci  interfaces  scifi  design  ui  future  technology  interaction  usability 
october 2008 by deusx
Cherish The AIR? Just because you can doesn't mean you should
"the core idea that should be upheld by companies like Apple should be about making things better and less often. Making things that will be able to evolve, be upgraded, be adaptable, hackable and more fun to use for longer so that as a customer I don’t think that I’m buying version 3.4 of something that will only be as good as it’s last press release. I want to buy “the” quintessential Apple product and cherish it for years, like people would cherish a vintage car."
apple  sustainability  technology  gadgets  design  product 
october 2008 by deusx
MUJI Online - AM/PM Organiser Notebook - A5.
So awesome. Rather than dividing up the page with a line per hour, there's a small clock in the center of the page that lets you write relative to radial time in open space. "Can be used as a notebook, or simple diary. Each page represents 12 hours, and can be divided as required."
wishlist  want  journals  time  productivity  design  stationery  muji 
october 2008 by deusx
On Commands, Designers and The Magic Editor « chimney
"Ubiquity is a graphical keyboard user interface. But a lot of people are missing the graphical aspect of it. And that is precisely what makes Ubiquity different from a command line. Command icons help but previews have to be more visual, not just the plain text that you would normally expect from the terminal. I can’t emphasize enough the fact that previews must be graphical because after all, Ubiquity is a GUI."
ubiquity  mozilla  firefox  commands  design  ui 
september 2008 by deusx Mirror-like finish
"Of course, the huge design choice that isn't explained, the giant in the room, if you will, shows up in this illustration from the comic: ... I can't help but think that people will encounter some difficulties in using a browser that's taller than a man. The Fitts' Law hit alone seems worth a bit of rethinking on Google's part, at least without a lot of stretching."
google  chrome  design  funny 
september 2008 by deusx
Tokyoflash Rogue LED / LCD Hybrid watch.
"With its ever present LCD interface, the time can be read at a glance but can be further illuminated with sci-fi green LEDs at the touch of a button, bringing the display to life like a glowing radar screen."
wishlist  watches  scifi  gadgets  want  design  cool  rogue  tokyoflash 
august 2008 by deusx
Infovore » Playing Together: What Games Can Learn from Social Software
"MMO servers are currently limited by technological sizes. But what does a server where you know everybody (even a little) look like? What if we limited group sizes for social, not technological reasons? ... We wouldn’t have these servers that resemble sprawling cities; we’d build villages, and hamlets, and travelling camps. And as they grew too big, or small groups within the community grew, they’d break off and move to places where there’s more space for them. In one sense, that’s a more natural metaphor for our users, and it’s a scale that makes sense for them. ... I like this idea that everything, fundamentally, happens at a group level."
mmo  gaming  rpg  socialsoftware  social  design  socialmedia 
august 2008 by deusx
Aaron Mentele, Charisma 18 » delicious redesign
"I have no idea why Yahoo took so long to beat the ugly out of delicious. I’m just glad they didn’t beat the good stuff out in the process."
delicious  delicious2  yahoo  design  webdev 
august 2008 by deusx
COLOURlovers :: Color Trends + Palettes
"COLOURlovers gives the people who use color ... a place to check out a world of color, compare color palettes, submit news and comments, and read color related articles and interviews."
color  design 
april 2008 by deusx
Adactio: Journal—Delusion
"I suggest that if you recognize and acknowledge that purpose in life can only be derived from an imaginary friend, by whatever name you call him, then I’m afraid you do not grasp what “reality” is."
religion  god  reality  humanism  webdev  design 
november 2007 by deusx
ideasonideas » Blog Archive » How to disarm 10 difficult client observations/requests
"I’ll share some of the best responses we have to questions that can often derail an otherwise effective solution."
clients  consulting  design 
october 2007 by deusx
Bill Higgins :: the Uncanny Valley of user interface design
"Gmail uses Ajax to accelerate common operations ... but its core look and feel remains very similar to that of a traditional web page. In my view, this is not a shortcoming; it’s a smart design decision."
uncannyvalley  ui  webdev  design  ajax  web20 
may 2007 by deusx
Lost Garden: Danc's Miraculously Flexible Game Prototyping Tiles
"What is a graphical style that is attractive, but are useful to both the widest range of developers and game genres?"
gaming  design 
may 2007 by deusx
Wired News: Welcome to Photoshop for Web 103W
"Week Six: Full Dark Elf Conversion. Students will learn to take photos of sexy women and transform them into dark elves using a variety of tools including color overlays, cloning, the smudge tool and crippling social anxiety."
funny  design  photoshop 
january 2007 by deusx
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