Consider all the stuff you come across every day at work: industry news, articles, infographics, and so on.
Your day begins with a lot of reading, and it continues in little bits throughout the day.
Also consider that your coworkers are doing the same as you: they’re also constantly reading…
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Interesting to see companies share this publicly - very slick though.
A responsive, proportional, nestable, and mobile-first 6-column grid framework.
Lovely video by Alex Faaborg exploring tab positions in Firefox 4. I’m totally sold on the “Tabs on top” concept. One of my biggest gripes with Firefox (that includes Safari) though is still the lack of a unified search/address bar. Less is truly more when it comes to browser UI.
Bonus points for the soundtrack. Kno is a new device, that is geared at the education market (double display, text-book-like shape). It’s a tad big for my taste, but includes some nifty features I’m missing on my iPad (scribbles and notes). Perhaps Microsoft should have another look at their Courier concept.
Great advice from Thomas Fuchs. I had my own run in with CSS3 related hardware acceleration some time ago; a bit odd, that everyone’s trying to figure out, how this beast really works (open standard, implementation’s mind-boggling) — hope to see some solid articles coming out soon with additional test-cases.