- WCAG Samurai
- The WCAG Samurai Errata for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 are published as an alternative to WCAG 2. “You may comply with WCAG 2, or with these errata, or with neither, but not with both at once.” Published 26 February 2008. Read the intro first.
- Happy Cog Studios at SXSW Interactive
- Two hot panels, plus bowling.
- Alex King’s Twitter Tools
- Integrate your Twitter account with your WordPress blog. Archive your tweets, create a blog post from each tweet, create a daily digest of your tweets, post a tweet in your sidebar, and more.
- Chopsticks by Carlos Segura
- Brilliant! 51 chopstick bags by Carlos Segura assisted by Ryan Halvorsen. In EPS for your raster or vector pleasure.
- Can a Gas Station Really Be Green?
- Boston design firm builds green gas station in smoggy LA.
- 48 Unique Ways To Use WordPress
- CMS, city guide, history/timeline site, intranet, movie poster and trailer site, network hub, polling site, Feedburner alternative, Twitter clone, many more.
- Misleading Marketing Copy
- Words and phrases to avoid if you want an honest relationship with your customers.
- Pattern inspiration (Veerle’s Blog)
- Design inspiration via wallpaper and tiles.
- Mental Models: Aligning Design Strategy with Human Behavior (on Flickr)
- Illustrations from the newly published book by Indi Young (Rosenfeld Media, 2008).
- A Speck of Sunlight Is a Town’s Yearly Alarm Clock
- On March 8, the sun will rise again in Longyearbyen, the first time since October.
- Free Mac OS X application lets you share files fast. Drag any file or folder onto the Dockdrop dock icon, then choose how you want to send it. Dockdrop uploads it and puts a URL for your upload on the clipboard, ready for pasting into an email, chat program or website.
- Official Google Maps API Blog: Google Maps Without the Scripting
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