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PUBLIC MARKS from sbrothier with tags blog & interface

2009

Fluency Admin 2.1 « deanjrobinson.com

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he all-new version of Fluency, now compatible with WordPress 2.8. Now with support for the showing/hiding admin menu and the Classic/Blue color scheme.

Apostrophe Now!

by 5 others
Apostrophe™ is a content management system designed for maximum flexibility with a minimal learning curve. The interface is ergonomic, all content-editing is performed in-context.

2008

Build a Website - Create a Blog - Squarespace

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Squarespace is a unique publishing system for websites and blogs

disambiguity » About

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This blog is where I share what I’m passionate about and what’s currently got my attention in the realm of User Experience (UX), User Centred Design (UCD), Information Architecture (IA), Interaction Design (IxD), and Usability. I’m particularly interested in where these things intersect with Social Design and have a great interest in how social environments online shape us and how we shape them, and how we as designers should be getting involved in improving our social experience online. My name is Leisa Reichelt. I do freelance contextual research and user centred design. I’m based in London but have quite a bit of experience working remotely.

Fluency Admin at deanjrobinson.com

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Despite the huge overhaul that the WordPress admin interface has received its still not quite what I would really like. I had grown quite attached to the Tiger Admin theme by Steve Smith and when I found that it didn’t work with WP2.5 I was a little disappointed. But this gave me the opportunity to do something different, my own admin theme. Fluency is the result.

2006

Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog : Fonts

Last month, I introduced Segoe UI, the new user interface font for Office 12 and Windows Vista. Of course, you spend most of your time in Office not looking at the user interface, but working with documents. Times New Roman has been Word's default font since Word 6.0 introduced support for TrueType fonts. Although there are numerous other options available, most documents today are produced in Times New Roman, Arial, or more recently the Web-friendly choice Verdana.

2005

My first 48 hours enduring Ubuntu 5.04

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Interessant description, analysis, list of the most important design flaws in Ubuntu.