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25 May 2005

Link: The Front-End Architect


This is a role I'd love

25 May 2005

Link: Lists and More

collection of list designs and a few other things

17 May 2005

Link: Kayak

brilliant example of ajax interface

16 May 2005

Link: LukeW: AJAX Interface Design

more notes on ajax, including issues that should be kept in mind

16 May 2005

Link: ETech05 Keynote: "O'Reilly Radar: News from the Future"


15 May 2005

Link: / Balance and Teamwork

it all balances out

15 May 2005

Link: Powazek: Just a Thought: Ajax, Ajax Everywhere

05 May 2005

Link: css_cheat_sheet.png

handy css cheat sheet

04 May 2005

Link: Stopdesign | CSS Organization Tip 1: Flags

how to keep your large css files manageable

02 May 2005

Link: State is the Web

State is an integral part of a web application

27 Apr 2005

Link: Relax, Everything Is Deeply Intertwingled: Weblications

26 Apr 2005

Link: adaptive path - it's a whole new internet

are you amazed, inspired, and a little anxious?

22 Apr 2005

Link: O'Reilly Radar > investment

21 Apr 2005

Link: Bright Corner Business Cards

neat design :)

18 Apr 2005

Link: Select Replacement Test

hide and restyle

18 Apr 2005

Link: Stopdesign

Useful blog design to study and borrow from

18 Apr 2005

Link: Little Boxes

Collection of CSS for various layouts

06 Apr 2005

Link: [ws] Color Scheme Generator 2

Simple, yet to see how effective the colour schemes are

04 Apr 2005


Another Javascript library for Ajax

31 Mar 2005

Link: Hybrid CSS Dropdowns

Cross Browser Two-level menu that degrades nicely

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