Flickr recently started previewing their new photo pages. They're quite nice but it does something that's been driving me mad and I can't work out how it's doing it. It only happens in Google Chrome 5 and I've only seen it in a few places. Take a look at this screen capture of Flickr's new … Continue reading Flickr’s photo page Ajax trick
Last week my brother who is the last person in the world I'd expect to hear give a film recommendation, phoned me to wish me a happy birthday and then went on to tell me that I just had to go and see Avatar, coming from him, it had to be good. So on Saturday … Continue reading That 3D thing
During our 25 days of blogging last year, Sam talked about some of the new websites designs that we've been working on. The 125 website was the first to go live last month and today we have released the website accompanying the exhibition for a new sports development. For both sites we've developed some new ways of … Continue reading Video, Silverlight and jQuery
You may have seen my last post Monkeying with my outline! where I apparently managed to get Aptana automatically expanding my outline whenever I viewed a new file in the editor. Well... it didn't quite go to plan. Long story short, the script only executed properly when it was loaded after editing in the script … Continue reading Aptana Outline Auto-Expansion Monkeyed!
After having been here about 6 months I have finally succumbed to the pressure from my boss to make a blog post. Normally my ideas for such posts would be large and grand, take too long to type out, and slip into the infinite chasm that is otherwise known as a draft... I like Aptana, … Continue reading Monkeying with my outline!
This was a presentation for developers rather than designers so I was expecting a lot of information to go over my head, it did, but enough has stuck to write a short post. Nate Koechley is a Yahoo! frontend engineer and designer based in San Francisco. The bulk of his presentation was based around a … Continue reading @media2007: Nate Koechley: High Performance Web Pages