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While the web design community gradually moves away from using tables to lay out the structure of a page, tables really do have a vital use, their original use; they're for laying out tabular data. For instance, imagine a table of employees. Pretty simple. But if you saw that table in a client-side application, you'd expect to be able to click on the headers and have the table sort, would you not? I know it always annoys me when you can't. sorttable: Make all your tables sortable sorttable: Make all your tables sortable
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Sammlung: Design Patterns Reuse, recycle, but don’t reinvent the wheel unless necessary. by Brian Christiansen at UI Engineering. Via. This collection captures findings of consistent, unique or interesting interfaces and design flows from across the web. Please note that the content of these sets is not representative of all of the patterns I've captured. I tend to use tags more religiously and recommend that you look there for more patterns:

Sammlung: Design Patterns