Category: Usability

Firefox Reader View

I’ve been working a bit on mindful.dog, which used to be a single page site initially, but got an additional landing page for puppy class enrolment. Upon the latest Firefox update, a popup showed up pointing Firefox users to the Reader View, which is similar to Safari’s Reader view. Not that this is a particularly…

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Australian Online Retail

<rant> So I bought something on JBhifi.com.au. Yeah right, I know. I ordered a GoPro accessory, for $19.99, which was available for pickup at the North Sydney store. I paid with PayPal. The online experience was pretty bad to begin with (really, what’s with all that yellow? :). After payment at PayPal, I thought I’d…

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A case for the iPad

I love gadgets! I’m a techno consumerist, and maybe even a little bit of an Apple whore (although I don’t unconditionally bend over for Steve!). There, I said it, it’s out of the way! My love for gadgets started when I got to work on the web (I think) back in 1997. I started to…

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What happened to the design? CSS Naked Day April 9

Yes, it’s international CSS Naked Day today! That’s why everything looks a bit black and white (and blue). You wonder why? CSS Naked Day is about raising awareness about Web Standards and accessibility, the proper use of (x)html, semantic markup, a decent hierarchy structure. It’s time to show off my gorgeous <body>! To know more…

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