Tantek on XHTML vs HTML5: “…[A] policy of draconian error-handling is a policy of failure.” — http://bit.ly/94y7b9
Designers, this is the most important stuff you will read today: “Forget all the rules about graphic design.” — http://bit.ly/ctmFXP
Optimizing a website font-stack with Constantia Windows Vista font (http://bit.ly/agAdAm). Mmm, tasty.
I’m really enjoing Articles app, a really cool Wikipedia client. http://www.sophiesticati…
Yes! Coda 1.7 will add much-requested HTML5 and CSS goodness— http://bit.ly/9Dv78S
Will the new Mac App Store force Adobe to come up with decent install procedure for their flagship products? Yes, I’m a dreamer.
@ngw Perhaps they are trying new ways to mark running apps. We don’t really know much more at this point, it’s just a guesswork.
Uh-oh: “…it appears that Mac applications are no longer depicted as launched or unlaunched in the Mac OS X Dock” — http://bit.ly/c0QWmp
On sketches Vs wireframes Vs mock-ups… you name it: “Match the tool not the problem” — http://bit.ly/9EsiMV
Os X Lion is gonna be amazing. #stevenote
Surprise surprise: Skype for the iPhone has better UI than its desktop counterpart.
Nice find: iPhone home screen → swipe right and you get the “search everything” box → start typing a contact name → Call, send sms, etc.
Creating content on the iPad? Hell, yeah! “The Pleasure of the Text” — http://bit.ly/casQkf
Writing web site user guide using Apple Pages. It has a lovely way to manage text styles. Perhaps the most intuitive one I’ve seen so far.
Shameless plug: don’t forget to follow @redpnk.
Lovely: “[Booki.sh] an HTML5 e-book reader that works on pretty much everything — http://bit.ly/deQYha
Interesting point on the iA blog: “There is no better introduction for a new brand than a design scandal. ” — http://bit.ly/acR7UZ
Disapponinted by how ugly and counterintuitive the Vodafone “My 190” iPhone app is. #fail
Uh oh, http://www.macrumors.com/ now sports a mobile version. Well done guys!
Handy guide: “Fonts for iPad & iPhone” — http://bit.ly/a0qgfB
Goodbye Facebook. Step 4 (the end): now remember to NOT log in on Facebook for the next 14 days or my account will be reactivated.
Goodbye Facebook. Step 3: follow “How-To Permanently Delete Your Facebook Account” — http://bit.ly/ccILLn
Goodbye Facebook. Step 2: removing all of my messages. I feel lighter.
Goodbye Facebook. Step 1: removing all my Facebook friends. Kind of sad.
The fact that the #NewTwitter are slowly made available to its uses is smart on many levels.
@skypemobile Lovely app. I would love it even better if there was more seamless integration between Skype and regular voice calls.
#newtwitter? Me too :)
Scrivs on the new GAP logo: “Stop pretending everything in life is a Dribbble showcase because it isn’t.” — http://bit.ly/8XDD3X
There’s a iPhone Wordpress App (free). Oh the joys of the mobile blogging: “introducing Version 2.6” http://bit.ly/ageweP