Category: On The Web

Nuclear energy explained info design style

Nuclear energy explained – info design style

I don’t know about you, but it’s been a good few years now since I graced the halls of a reputable educational facility.

And, although I read A LOT of content online on a daily basis in order to keep up with the latest news, technology and innovations in the world, I often find it difficult to find content presented in a way that really engages me and holds my complete attention to the point where “stuff sinks in”.

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CSS Puns

CSS Puns

So only the code monkey and/or geeky ones amongst my readers out there are even going to understand what these are all about, but the past week or so has seen a boom in clever CSS puns popping up all over social media involving real life subjects mixed with clever, relevant CSS selectors.

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Replacement OSX Yosemite dock icons

Replacement OSX Yosemite dock icons

It seems that my last post about Adobe’s launch of their new “Brackets” modern text editor generated more discussion around the OSX Yosemite dock icons in the lead image than anything else.

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Beer lover's guide to Brisbane

Beer lover’s guide to Brisbane

No doubt about it, lil’ ol’ Brissie has grown up substantially over the past decade. With a spate of fantastic cafes, restaurants, live music bars and more popping up all over the inner city area over the past little while, there’s no wonder that earlier this year, Lonely Planet named Brisbane…

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iOS 7 style screensaver for Mac

iOS 7 style screensaver for Mac

You know it, you love it. The clean, parallax enhanced iOS 7 phone lock screen. Wouldn’t it be great if you could take this UI style and apply it to your “locked” OSX Mac screensaver, be it on a 27″ wide screen iMac, or a smaller, portable Macbook?

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ING Direct "Spend your life"

ING Direct “Spend your life”

ING Direct Australia has today launched their “Spend your life” campaign, one of the most simple, creative and engaging online promotions I have come across this year so far.

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Let your link emotions show with bit.ly feelings

Let your link emotions show with bit.ly for feelings

Not content with becoming arguably the web’s most popular link shortening service, the folk at bit.ly recently launched a novel way to allow users to express how they feel about the links they are posting and sharing, via some intelligent domain registering.

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UX 101

UX 101

FINALLY! I have a decent visual/informational resource that I can send people to explain in easy to grasp terms, what I do for a living!

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