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Ten years later. Taking flight: a new Twitter logo. Testing tweet embeds. Cranking (by Merlin Mann). Simple is not easy. 30-Second Rule for App Success. First Autistic Presidential Appointee Speaks Out. Avoiding the Uncanny Valley of Interface Design. The Future of Self-service Banking. My Measures & Dimensions

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    Bowman leaves Google. Comments. Tags. Related threads. Posted without comment, even though I very much feel Google just lost an amazing talent for no good reason: http://stopdesign.com/archive/2009/03/20/goodbye-google.html. -- Andrei Herasimchuk. Chief Design Officer, Involution Studios innovati... Read article

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    wpdfd.com Web Design Resources | Web Page Design for Designers ©

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    blog.fatbusinessman.com FatBusinessman.com : What you can achieve

    However, I think Liquid Bleach over on Stopdesign makes a good counter-balance to such efforts, focussing on how sites look sans-graphics (and in the case of the liquid version, sans-fixed-width elements). P.S. Read article

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    hiwiller.com Design By Numbers | Zack Hiwiller

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    scottnelle.com Browser Use in 2009 | Scott Nelle.com

    Browser Use in 2009 Douglas Bowman at StopDesign recently shared how his site visitors break down in terms of browser use . As a hero of the web standards movement (sort of like our Hercules or Michael Jordan,) Douglas admits that his stats are skewed toward tech-savvy folks. I decided it would b... Read article

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    jeffcroft.com Welcome – JeffCroft.com

    Doug Bowman has been kind enough to share the slides from a presentation he gave recently in Sydney. The session is called “CSS: Pushing Yur Limits,” and it covers a number of advanced CSS techniques, complete with examples from his designs for Wired Magazine, Adaptive Path, Stopdesign, Blogger, ... Read article

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    cssquirrel.com CSSquirrel : Comic Update: Doug Bowman’s Nightmare | opinions and news on web design by Kyle Weems

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    wired.com The A/B Test: Inside the Technology That's Changing the Rules of Business | WIRED

    “I had a recent debate over whether a border should be three, four, or five pixels wide, and was asked to prove my case,” wrote ex-Google designer Douglas Bowman on his blog the day he left the company. “I can’t operate in an environment like that.” The elegant minimalism of Apple’s design has tr... Read article

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    developers-beta.slashdot.org 10 Best Resources for CSS - Slashdot

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    sitepoint.com Andy Budd on Usability, Design, and the Death of CSS » SitePoint

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    kathymarks.com Noted elsewhere | KathyMarks.com

    Excellent read on the BBC redesign process and the philosophy behind the decisions made. Great post on where web design is headed by Chris Puleo. The story of the redesign of Boxes and Arrows. Nice list of "handy scripts, bits of html and widgets." Excellent read on the BBC redesign process and t... Read article

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    xmouse.ithium.net Front page designs (xmouse)

    Xmouse. Front page designs. what's this?. search xmouse. Similar Entries. WaSP. Skyzyx. Design By Fire. Whitespace. My thoughts. Something that’s been on my mind slightly more than the usual lately is how the front page of weblogs are presented. By ‘front page’, I’m refering to the page the user ... Read article

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