Posts from the ‘Web Design’ category

The Hyper-Optimized Ebook Website

I’ve been doing some reading about ebooks recently, and enjoyed a Copyblogger post about creating ebooks that sell. Brian references an ebook site featuring a book…

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The Blame Game in UI Design

I’m running our little Bar Camp Malta survey on Zoomerang. This is the first time I’ve used that service. The setup was a little clunky, but…

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What If All Web Sites Displayed Their Makers?

Here’s a little thought experiment for you. What if, in the early days of the Web, it became a uniform, standard practice for websites to include…

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How To Get Google to Show Your Site’s Navigation in Search Results

A client recently asked me how they could get their site to show up like this in search results (that’s not my client, just an example…

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LivingHomes.net – Flash Done Right

Via this Wired promotion, I visited LivingHomes.net. They make great looking pre-fab, eco-friendly homes. I was immediately impressed by how they’d built their site. It’s totally…

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CBC Sports Gets a Makeover (and Becomes CBCSports.ca)

Via Neil, here’s an instant messager interview between the mysterious CBC blogger Ouimet and Andrew Lundy, senior producer at the newly-revamped CBCSports.ca. There’s some interesting discussion…

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Your Connection Isn’t Good Enough

Because I’m a bit slow on these things, I just learned (or possibly just remembered) that Stephen King’s Dark Tower books are being adapted to comic…

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All Your Shopping Cart Button Are Belong To Us

The folks over at Vancouver’s Elastic Path (who employ Canuck uber-fan Dave) have compiled a big page of 111 shopping cart icons from ecommerce sites: “Buy…

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