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2010

2009

Information Architects » Blog Archive » Designing Firefox 3.2

by sbrothier
In January 2000, T-Online asked us what we’d do if we could design a browser from scratch. Our answer was “Tabs”. Eight years later Aza Raskin, head of user experience at Mozilla, asked me what I think a new tab should look like. The answer after days of mailing back and forth: “Forget tabs!”

2008

Home - Pencil Project

by nhoizey & 18 others
The Pencil Project's unique mission is to build a free and opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping that everyone can use.

Litmus: Painlessly test your email and website designs

by nhoizey & 9 others
Litmus shows you precisely how your designs will be seen by your customers. We deliver screenshots of your web sites and email newsletters in seconds across all popular platforms.

2007

CuteMenus2 :: Modules pour Firefox

by tomlaigle
Une extension firefox qui ajoute des icônes aux options des menus contextuels : c'est plus joli, et plus lisible !

Comment bien organiser ses marques pages !

by LuciferX & 2 others
Les marques pages de Firefox sont une fonction que vous utilisez souvent, vous devez donc savoir qu'il existe quantité de fonctionnalités pour vous simplifier la vie et ainsi accélérer votre navigation. Aussi je vais vous présenter mes préférées...

Stylish pour changer l'aspect des sites web

by LuciferX
Stylish est une extension pour Mozilla Firefox qui permet aux utilisateurs de changer l'apparence (le style) des sites Web et de l'interface utilisateur.

Alex Faaborg

by sbrothier & 1 other
Welcome to my blog. I recently joined Mozilla as a User Experience Designer, and on this blog I will be writing about many of the user facing features in Firefox 3.

2006

XULPlanet.com

by stan & 18 others (via)
The XML User Interface Language (XUL) is a markup language for describing user interfaces. With XUL you can create rich, sophisticated cross-platform web applications easily.

Firefox extensions I couldn't live without - CSS Insider

by bcpbcp & 5 others (via)
# Web Developer - The absolute must-have extension for anyone who builds web sites, no matter how small or few and far between. # MeasureIt - No more eyeballing pixel widths! # ColorZilla - I shudder to think back on the huge PITA of getting hex codes for colors before this lovely extension... taking a screenshot, pasting it into Photoshop, using the eyedropper tool... how much time have I saved because of it? (Answer: lots.) # FireBug - As mentioned on The Javascript Weblog; just darn useful. # IE View - All the maddening bugs of IE without actually having to launch the browser. (With the caveat that it doesn't do me much good on my Mac at work, where I don't have IE/Mac installed.) # Live HTTP Headers - Go along for the ride from user interface to server and back, making all local stops. # EditCSS - Modify currently loaded stylesheets. # Cookie Crumbler - Convenient way to quickly clear cookies from a domain. # Clear Cache Button - Another small convenience that makes a big difference.

2005

Places:User Interface - wiki.mozilla.org

by nhoizey
Le design des futures interfaces de gestion de bookmarks de Firefox... en ASCII !!!

Brushed - A Brushed and Polished Browser Interface.

by octolan
Clean and small theme for Firefox by e|vo - partly inspired by the look'n'feel of Safari.

brevity.org -- Lickr: Flickr, without the Flash

by nhoizey & 13 others (via)
Flickr is a popular photo hosting service that uses embedded Flash files as part of their interface. On every page, there will be a little delay while a new Flash file loads. Lickr removes the need for Flash. It runs within the web browser Firefox, stripping the Flash before the user can even see it, and replacing it with an equivalent interface in pure HTML and Javascript.

brevity.org -- Lickr: Flickr, without the Flash

by fastclemmy & 13 others
Flickr is a popular photo hosting service that uses embedded Flash files as part of their interface. On every page, there will be a little delay while a new Flash file loads. Lickr removes the need for Flash. It runs within the web browser Firefox, stripping the Flash before the user can even see it, and replacing it with an equivalent interface in pure HTML and Javascript.

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