public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from sbrothier with tag ui

November 2009

Fluency Admin 2.1 «

by 2 others, 2 comments
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.

October 2009

Information Architects » Blog Archive » Designing Firefox 3.2

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!”

July 2009

Matthew Rex

graphic • interface • web • video

Tumblr Design Collective | Tumblize

We are a small design collective that specializes in creating elegant Tumblr themes for people who like nice stuff

Share Icon Project - An icon to represent 'sharing': posting to social sites, sending by e-mail, etc.

by 1 other
The Share Icon is becoming the de facto standard visual representation for sharing content from any source to multiple destinations: over email, to bookmark or memetracker sites, to your friends on social networks, and more every day.

Official Google Blog: The evolution of Gmail labels

by 1 other
I love labels in Gmail. Most email programs use folders, which only let me put mail in one place at a time. With labels, I can organize mail in multiple ways. Combined with filters to automatically label incoming messages, Gmail offers powerful ways to organize email.


by 4 others
collection snippets of good designb

June 2009


My name is Nicolas Guyon and I am French. Currently I am a fifth year student at L'Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique. This school, in Nantes, offers a 5 year Industrial Design degree; and I am more specifically in the New Media program. Just recently, as part of my course requirements, I spent 6 months in Asia (Seoul, Shanghai and Hong Kong) as an exchange student.

MetaLab: We make interfaces

We are an interface design agency We have been in business since 2006 We work from two different countries We strive for pixel-level perfection We believe simple is beautiful

GraphicDZNR » Home

Jesse Dodds is a designer who creates print media, web and interface elements.

WhereCloud – Products

by 1 other
Reportage is a radically different native Twitter client for your iPhone that provides a radio tuning environment into your Twitter social network. Reportage views a Twitter user as a broadcaster and each user's tweets as a specific broadcast. Similar to a real radio tuner, Reportage allows you to selectively tune into each broadcaster and visualize the conversation.

November 2008


by 2 others
Compulsion is a simple, easy to use tool that makes video clickable. The clicks become links that turn the video into an entire interactive universe of your design. You can offer or sell those links for click and shop, gossip, trivia, news, music, more video, or anything you can imagine. Compulsion does not alter the original movie file, and can be used before or after your video is published. If you want to add or change links later, no problem.

AVE!Comics, la bande dessinée numérique sur iPod, iPhone, téléphone portable ou ordinateur

A mi-chemin entre la bande dessinée papier et le film d’animation, la solution Ave!Comics donne une nouvelle dimension à la lecture de bandes dessinées numériques sur ordinateurs, iPods ou télephones portables. Consultation, achat, échange et lecture nomade ne sont que quelques-uns des aspects d’une plateforme révolutionnaire dévoilée en janvier 2009 à l’occasion du Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d’Angoulême.

Sélection officielle Angoulême 2009

en attendant le festival, 56 BD à lire en ligne.

October 2008

10 Futuristic User Interfaces | Monday Inspiration | Smashing Magazine

by 1 other
Good user interfaces are crucial for good user experience. It doesn’t matter how good a technology is — if we, designers, don’t manage to make user interface as intuitive and attractive as possible, the technology will hardly reach a breakthrough. To gain the interest in a new product or technology, users need to understand its advantages or find themselves impressed or involved.

Vitor Lourenco — Interface & Visual Designer

No matter how cool your interface is, it would be better if there were less of it. Alan Cooper

Coleran Reel 2008.06 HD on Vimeo

Showreel of screen design work for various films that I have worked on over the last 9 years. There is an iPhone compatible version here as well, as long as a collection of older reels and other graphic work that will grow over time as I get them up online. My last reel for a long time ;) Working in software now on a unique new product called Flow for Gridiron Software. redesign

(via) prototype development • Please note: These prototype files are to indicate and demonstrate functionality only. They are not indicative of the final design of the website.

September 2008

Aza’s Thoughts » Ubiquity In Depth

by 1 other
Ubiquity is an experiment two parts. It’s both an interface and a development platform. Ubiquity 0.1 focuses on the platform aspects, while beginning to explore language-driven methods of controlling the browser.

April 2008

Yahoo! UI Library: Grids CSS

by 15 others
The foundational YUI Grids CSS offers four preset page widths, six preset templates, and the ability to stack and nest subdivided regions of two, three, or four columns. The 4kb file provides over 1000 page layout combinations. Other features include: * Supports fluid-width (100%) layouts as well as preset fixed-width layouts at 750px, 950px, and 974px, and the ability to easily customize to any number. * Supports easy customization of the width for fixed-width layouts. * Flexible in response to user initiated font-size adjustments. * Template columns are source-order independent, so you can put your most important content first in the markup layer for improved accessibility and search engine optimization (SEO). * Self-clearing footer. No matter which column is longer, the footer stays at the bottom. * Layouts less than 100% are automatically centered. * Accommodates IAB's Ad Unit Guidelines for common ad dimensions. * Offers full A-grade browser support.

Sean Patrick O'Brien : UI & Resolution Independence

I, like most developers, love shiny new user interfaces. Rounded corners, gradients, drop shadows, custom drawing — all of these things make me smile. What I don’t love, though, is an application that can’t draw with resolution independence and whose Resources folder weighs in at around 100MB. It seems that almost every new app (with a few notable exceptions) handles its custom UI needs by filling the Resources folder with bitmaps of every part of their interface in every possible state. To draw their controls, they tape these bitmaps back together on the screen and call it a day.