- The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Coffee Shop Etiquette (by Erica Swallow) - "Sound = never appropriate" or "You only get one seat. Put your stuff on the floor."
- 10 Helpful Tools & Apps for Twitter Power Users (by Leo Widrich) - Tweepi – Get rid of unwanted followers 😉
- 38 “Call to Action” Button Templates That Really Stand Out (by Alvaris Falcon) - Make it big, make it clear, make it delicious.
- Introducing BrowserID – easier and safer authentication on the web (by Robert Nyman, and Chris Heilmann) - strong forces behind this idea, will it take off?
- How I Write (by Mitch Joel) - Tools, tactics and techniques, very nice
- A different approach to conference Q&A – Interviews (by Christian Heilmann) - Q&A in separated session, very interesting approach with many advantages
- 40 useful APIs for web designers and developers (by Cameron Chapman) - great summary of google, yahoo and other API's
- Web design: clarity is more important than persuasion (by Gerry McGovern) - The chief enemy of forward momentum is confusion - so?? ...make it CLEAR!
- Coding a Clean and Professional Web Design (by Waheed Akhtar) - this is part 2 of an excellent web design tutorial.
- Fred Wilson’s 10 Golden Principles of Successful Web Apps (by Keir Whitaker) - "Speed" is #1, no surprise. Love the term "Instant Utility".
- 5 Simple Social Design Tips From the Masters (by Christina Warren) - less is more and, content and context!
- You’re In Control: A Urinary User Interface (by Dan Maynes-Aminzade and Hayes Solos Raffle) - what sounds like a joke comes right out of the MIT labs. Reminds me of my urinal fly.
- CSUN 2010 Presentations (by Jared Smith) - some goodies there.
- Need Some Help Making That iPad Decision? (by Daniel Donahoo) - wanna buy an iPad? This funny flowchart might help you. And here the ultimate use for the iPad.
- 15 Great Ways to Find Web Design and Development Work (by Amy-Mae Elliott) - always good to know.
- Firefox & Page Load Speed – Part I (by Blake Cutler) - investigates the question of how much does our conversion rate improve?
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- Google Analytics in Depth: Goals and Funnels (by Dave Sparks) - Money makes the world go round - funnel it (into your pocket) 😉
- The reconstructive nature of human memory (and what this means for research documentation) (by Harry Brignull) - documentation of design decision is important to avoid pogo-sticking re-design or the HIPPO effect.
- Menu Item Usage Study: Part I (by Christopher Jung) - Mozilla's research into menu item usage.
- designing for experiences across channels (by Brandon Schauer) - have a look at this picture and let it sit for a while. Making sense?
- Basic CSS3 Techniques That You Should Know (by Joel Reyes) - always good to stay on top of technology, CSS3 is our friend!
- Participating in the Web of Data with Open Standards (by Chris Heilmann) - API's and geolocation made easy with YQL (Yahoo Query Language).
- Writing For The Web: Tips & Common Mistakes We Make (by Kelly Swee) - yet another list of tips, but then again we still don't seem to get it right... 😉
- Rudy Giuliani Shares His Leadership Thoughts (by Bruce Temkin) - Bruce summarizes the 6 leadership principles Rudy Giuliani laid out in his keynote at the Intuit Financial Services.
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Michael Gaigg is Lead UI Engineer in Esri's Professional Services Division.
He has been designing map applications for 15 years and is author and curator of UI Patterns for Maps.
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