I’ve been trying a change at work.
Being a web designer means spending at least half your day in your web browser. One thing I find really cumbersome is the file upload window.
Keeping our folders tidy and clients up-to-date.
Lots of interesting activity coming from Google lately.
We were just tipped off to a site called Open Source Mac, which lists the best in free, open source software for Mac OS X.
Apple’s latest builds of WebKit (which is really just Safari to most Mac users) includes an incredible, dashboard-style inspector palette that lets you examine parts of a web page’s structure. This is incredibly helpful for developers and it looks great too.
One of my absolute favorite things in the world is graphical user interfaces.
Something that I have always loved about the Mac interface is the way that a bit of text will actually shrink slightly in an attempt to fit in a confined space.
Most of my favorite software has just enough features to get by, usually fewer obvious features than its competitors.