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PUBLIC MARKS from Pandora

02 April 2005 04:30 (( 2004 ))

"This is the personal web site of Jason Zada. I live in San Francisco with my wife Liz, my son Milo Owen and my dog Cleo. I have lived in this city for 10 years now and it feels comfortable. I am the Creative Director and co-founder of EVB, a broadband + broadcast design agency in San Francisco. I have creating interactive media since the days of CD-ROMs."

Julia Set

by 1 other
"Julia Set is an online weblog published by the Design and Technology Program at Parsons School of Design, a part of the New School University in New York City. With a focus on the arts, new technologies, and digital cultures, the mission of Julia Set is two-fold: "


"Simple-d derived from a saying in the Cantonese language, basically meaning “keep it simple.”"


by 44 others
"SimpleBits is a tiny web design studio that creates simple, readable, usable interfaces balanced with a standards-based methodology. Founded by web designer and author, Dan Cederholm."


by 47 others
"A design consultancy based in San Francisco, California, Stopdesign specializes in a simple, beautiful aesthetic, balance of form and function, and highly flexible design." Stop Design created the Blogger redesign, the respective templates, and the Adaptive Path site redesign. Home Page and Recent Digital Camera Reviews

by 25 others
Photography and digital camera reviews

Arts & Letters Daily - ideas, criticism, debate

by 20 others
Philosophy, aesthetics, literature, language, ideas, criticism, culture, history, music, art, trends, breakthrougs, disputes, gossip

Make your own Podcast

Quite a good how-to on podcasting...I really want to try this. [via Ed]

Mighty Goods: Shopping Blog

by 4 others
"Mighty Goods is a shopping weblog. We look for things we really like, and then we put them here, right where you can find them." The products range from the cool to the bizarre, and the quirky to the useful. My favorite is the Classic Century Teapot.

Stylegala : design | css | standards

by 92 others
"Stylegala aims to promote, discuss and inspire the web audience in the areas of design, CSS and web standards - combined." I love the links here -- I always find something neat and interesting to read or look at.


by 1 other
"When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail." Amusing.

Mark Boulton | Information design

by 6 others
"Mark Boulton is an award-winning typographic designer based in Cardiff, UK. Specialising in clean, functional design, this site echoes Mark’s design ethos. Balance, form and simplicity, born of a traditional typographic design background fused with web standards and elegant usability. This is a site about his work. Mostly."


"mono is lars holst's personal weblog, focusing on design, culture, technology, business, and other topics of interest." I clicked onto this website through, when I saw their link of well-designed sites.


by 1 other
There's great comics here, although the comic authoring is on hiatus. There's a great blog here, that's witty and insightful.


"Adventures of a Big White Guy living in Hong Kong" The weblog of a man in Hong Kong.

About | 456 Berea Street

"If your company needs help with a standards-based redesign, or if you want to give your in-house web professionals a course in web standards and accessibility, I'm available for consulting. Sound interesting?" This site is responsible for informative web standards and design.

Nick Bradbury

The weblog of the creator of FeedDemon.

Geeknik - Sometimes being a geek isn

"Home of Tech Guru Brian Carpenter"


by 27 others
"mezzoblue is a semi–daily expository and exploratory on all things web, design, and typographic. It is also a personal portfolio site with works in any creative discipline the owner feels fit to publicize." One of the most popular webdesign blogs out there.

Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.

by 13 others
Great to read even if you're not studying.

ze's page

by 25 others
stuff to read, watch, games, educational vids and more.

Capresso Espresso/Cappuccino Machines, Coffee Makers, Coffee Grinders & Accessories

"In 1994, Capresso was launched by Michael Kramm, former president of Krups USA, to serve a specific purpose: to provide innovative coffee makers, espresso machines, and coffee grinders for those who want the best. After popularizing high-end coffee makers and the home espresso market for more than 20 years it was time to develop machines which cater to the sophisticated American coffee connoisseur. Top sellers from Capresso are the MT500 thermal coffee maker and the Jura Impressa S9 super automatic espresso and coffee center. Take a look at the new Capresso Infinity burr coffee grinder too!"

Web Page Design for Designers

by 13 others
"The cumulation of over eight years of articles, reviews and information about the graphic design of Web sites."

Mike Davidson -- Interactive Design, Print Design, Brand Consulting

"This site is an ongoing experiment in communication design. Since I began publishing online in the early 90s, my personal site has always served as a testing ground for new material. It has gone from text-only, to HTML, to Flash, and now to XHTML/PHP/MYSQL/FLASH/MT/IFR/JS/CSS. And yet, it's somehow gotten so much simpler."

The Iconfactory: Your Quality Freeware Icons Hub (news.asp)

by 27 others
"The Iconfactory was started back in April of 1996 as a hobby between its three founding members: Corey Marion, Talos Tsui and Gedeon Maheux. At the time, all three were working for a small multi-media company called Paradigm Interactive designing educational CD-ROMs for children. Icon making was part of the job description, and each of the three members started pushing pixels on their own time for fun."

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