Posts Tagged: Web Development
Posted by Steven Garrity on Sunday, October 7, 2012 in Philosophy & Sophistry, Usability & Design, Web Development - 1 comment
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Interesting chart mapping the life, death, and popularity of web browsers over time. I haven’t seen this type of presentation before.
Updated the previous post with a link to the presentation video: A Brief History of Mozilla.com (and .org)
Posted by Steven Garrity on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 in Open Source Software, Mozilla, Usability & Design, Web Development
Reporting today on location in sunny Mountain View, California and the lovely Mozilla headquarters. • I’m doing a talk in the Mozilla lounge about the history of the mozilla websites called A Brief History Mozilla.com (and .org) today (April 12, 2011) at 12:30PM Pacific time (4:30pm Atlantic … read more »
If you’re a web developer, take a few minutes to complete the Mozilla Developer Network survey.
An exciting (to me) video walkthrough of the font control options coming Firefox 3.6 and/or 3.7:
Want to build a social network for the Middle East or North Africa? The US State Department may have $500,000 to $2,500,000 for you.
Posted by Steven Garrity on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 in Usability & Design, Web Development - 8 comments
Our beloved little web development company, silverorange, was incorporated ten years ago today (August 11, 1999). • I’m looking forward to the next ten years.
Posted by Steven Garrity on Monday, July 20, 2009 in Usability & Design, Web Development - 5 comments
A quick tip for those designing web interfaces with an “X” icon for a “Close” element. Rather than the letter “x” (or capital “X”), use the multiplication (U+2715) or heavy multiplication (U+2715) symbols. • There’s no semantic advantage as neither the letter X nor the ✕ symbol have the …