Do you want to become drag and drop feature expert? Then look no further – this article is just for you! Mostly these plugins are written in jQuery, and they are super easy to customize and implement in your own projects very fast. Why such plugins are so handy?
June 26th, 2009 The script.aculo.us 2 alpha is out! Check it out now at scripty2.com . As you would expect, it brings a lot of change and new features.
The success of web applications and websites depends in how well designed the User Interface is. Designing a good user interface however is a very challenging process. A designer’s concepts and design decisions always affect the end users of the web site, application or generally any user interface or service he has designed.
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Super Sexy Roll Say hello to the Rollerphone concept! At first glance it’s merely a wrist band that projects time, much like the Alessi Concept we saw earlier, but then you realize it’s actually a phone with a retractable transparent screen at the base. How high-tech! It features perfect ergonomics and anthropometry in design thanks to customization – meaning the screen unfurls only to the tip of your fingers, so basically it give you a good fit between the ear and the mouth.
Étant un véritable infovore, et donc un inconditionnel des flux RSS, voici une vidéo présentant un projet de lecteur de flux RSS sur table tactile MultiTouch qui a particulièrement attiré mon attention. En bonus track exclusif, voici également quelques explications supplémentaires à propos de ce projet de lecteur de flux RSS MultiTouch que Frédéric Fillion , un des deux concepteurs de ce projet (avec Anthony Pecchia), a bien voulu me communiquer pour en faire part aux lecteurs de Génération Tactile : Le but de ce projet étudiant est la création d’un lecteur de flux rss graphique et tactile. Généralement, les lecteurs de flux rss nous présentent l’actualité d’un site sous la forme d’une liste et nous souhaitions rendre cela plus attrayant. L’interface est simple et intuitive. Sur la droite se trouvent les boutons représentant les sites auxquels l’utilisateur est abonné.
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With the surprising success of Weightbot, it was only a matter of time before we would take on the challenge of outdoing ourselves. We knew people were expecting something big from Tapbots the second time around so what’s more impressive on the iPhone platform than a unit converter? Pretty much anything. In name alone, Convertbot is probably the last application people would expect to see from us.
Entries From The Apple Category: Back when I was doing design work for clients, it seemed like my work would get re-purposed by fledgling and not-so-fledgling designers every month. Sometimes I'd get a tip in my email about a theft that someone saw, or sometimes the offenders would link the assets right off my client's website, but regardless of how I found out about the theft, it'd piss me off more than anything else. I was the one who opened Photoshop, I cranked through iteration after iteration, I thought of execution details in the shower, I stayed up late at night, and then someone else just takes all that work and passes it off as their own.
Atlas is a development tool for building Cappuccino applications. In addition to managing your project files and editing code, it includes a powerful visual layout tool for designing your interfaces without ever having to touch code. Designers are empowered to interact with their designs instantly, which means programmers get to finished applications faster. Atlas is still under development.
March 29th 2013 Away3D 2013 Showreel As a final parting gift to this year's GDC in San Francisco, we have… January 29th 2013 Away Foundation roadmap & releases Over the last few weeks, there has been much internal discussion around our development…
On the other hand, it is a useful book of definitions and patterns. The simple naming makes it easy to take a unknown description and map it to one of the pattern. I also appreciate that the book breaks down a pattern into "What", "Use When", "How", "Why", "Related patterns" and "As seen on". The "How" section provides a good sanity check for added features. This section gently reminds you that you can, for instance, add subscriptions or saved searches to a social search, and other minor things that you may not initially consider when trying to implement a pattern for the first time. All in all, I find this book to be a decent purchase, and a good reference tool when I need it.
Meet the 10K Apart Winners by Nishant Kothary on Oct 13, 2011 in News Two months ago, we announced the second 10K Apart contest — The Responsive Edition — in partnership with our friends at An Event Apart. Today, after much deliberating, we are proud to announce the very deserving, incredibly inspiring, and mind-numbingly clever winners. Check them out on the 10K site.
The future of User Interfaces