Interface and Navigation Design - Articles Archive
from April 15, 2006 to August 20, 2005

Web design and navigation remain in my opinion some of the key, most critical areas from which an online publisher can grow her reputation, visibility, reach and final success. Of course content must play its part too, but web-based interface design and content layout plays such ... read more

Robin Good - CSS Showcase - April 15, 2006

A year ago I have started to improve my web design and development skills and to share the knowledge I had with the visitors of my blog. Most projects and article I’ve created or written are still popular in the Net – The Web-Developer’s Handbook has ... read more

Vitaly Friedman - Vitaly Friedman's Blog - March 25, 2006

And finally the day has arrived for announcing the official winner of the MasterNewMedia Design Challenge. I have spent all the time needed to make sure that my final decision on this could have been as fair as possible and uninfluenced by factors that didn't bear any ... read more

Robin Good - March 4, 2006

If you are not completely satisfied with Google's ability to provide a direct and prompt answer to all your needs, you may like the array of integrated search facilities and information mining tools that the new search engine has recently launched. The newly revamped search engine, ... read more

John Blossom - - March 1, 2006

The MasterNewMedia Design Challenge closed its submission doors on this Sunday night. Since then I have been giving a good look at the seven official participants to this interface design contest. The designs submitted attempt to place a new design look on the existing MasterNewMedia site ... read more

Robin Good - February 28, 2006

One of the reasons why visualisation can be so powerful has its roots in the fact that there's a series of identification and recognition operations that our brain performs in an "automatic" way without the need to focus our attention or even be conscious of them. Managing ... read more

Juan C. Dürsteler - InfoVis - February 18, 2006

The MasterNewMedia Design Challenge, an open interface design contest I have launched two weeks ago to improve the look and feel of this very site, met its final deadline yesterday. No official entries were submitted. As I am trying to evaluate critically my communication strategy it appears ... read more

Robin Good - February 16, 2006

Interface designer? Information design guru? Online identity and branding director? UI geek? I am looking for you! Yes, the MasterNewMedia Design Challenge is open. Starting today, I am launching a web design contest open to anyone capable of designing with valid XHTML+CSS. What is it all about? Challenge your design ... read more

Robin Good - January 26, 2006

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly opportunity to share the nest new media picks I have discovered in this last week. These are tools and services that have been either just announced or that I have been able to discover only now. I personally recommend each and ... read more

Robin Good - January 22, 2006

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly collection of new media resources and tools. In it you find the best new media tools and picks I run into every week during my daily research and explorations into the future of independent media publishing. This week as before I ... read more

Robin Good and Kevin C. Borgia - January 15, 2006

If you are a web developer, an interface designer, or a webmaster with a strong interest for CSS and web design issues, you must pay a regular visit to Vitaly Friedman' site, who writes, collects and selects the very best resources and tools on these topics. Vitaly ... read more

Vitaly Friedman - Vitaly Friedman Blog - January 12, 2006

The R&D team at HFI, also this year has gone out to summarize and report the key usability findings, news and research data that is then presented at their 2005's Putting Research into Practice seminar. To put together this usability seminar the HFI R&D team surveys and ... read more

Dr Eric Schaffer - HFI - December 24, 2005

Ajax is not a technology in itself, but a term that refers to the use of a group of technologies together. Traditional web applications essentially submit forms, completed by a user, to a web server. The web server responds by sending a new web page back. ... read more

Eddie Traversa - November 1, 2005
Minsk-born Vitaly Friedman, tired of having to use the same old fonts or worst, having to pay for new, original ones, went on a week-long search to find free great alternative typefaces to use. He came up with a Top 20 list and promptly posted it ... read more

Chiara Moriconi - October 24, 2005

Google has finally launched its own Web-based RSS Reader during last week Web 2.0 conference. The new RSS tool from Google sports a good set of basic features while providing, in my humble opinion, a great interface and user experience. The interface is all based on the ... read more

Robin Good - October 12, 2005
"Call it the widget revolution. Mac OS X, Windows and Linux all have widgets for pulling in available content from small software houses and other sources around the Internet. Although users can cull these free bits of data from elsewhere on the Web, the widget, thanks ... read more

Elizabeth Millard - Newsfactor - September 8, 2005

CSS Zen Garden is an interesting initiative launched in 2003 to demonstrate the benefits of using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). With the same fixed HTML code, many web designers have contributed different CSS files that produce a dramatically different web page, with the same contents. ... read more

Juan C. Dürsteler - InfoVis - September 6, 2005
"To stand in silence when they should be protesting makes cowards out of men" - Abraham Lincoln "He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." - ... read more

[via Democracy in Action] - September 5, 2005

Prompted by the business prospect of a coming search market valued at $ 18 billion in the next five years (source: Safa Rashtcy - Piper Jaffray) and following the recent technology announcements in personalized collaborative search made by Yahoo (My Web 2.0) and Google (My Search ... read more

Robin Good - August 23, 2005

A new, outstandingly designed podcasting player, search tool and aggregator has just launched. Called the Ziepod, it offers unmatched ease of use, features and ergonomics to make it anyone's best Windows candidate as the next podcasting player of choice. The Ziepod is indeed a little jewel of ... read more

Robin Good - August 20, 2005

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