~ 14 May 2007 ~
Two words: Wow.
I don’t use Twitter, but I bet you do. Biz Stone, co-founder:
Twitter has always been mobile because you can send and receive messages over SMS. However, there’s more and more folks accessing the mobile web from so-called smart phones these days and we figured it was high time we created a mobile version of the Twitter web site.
Via Coudal, who remarks, “the ‘sketchbook’ feature is more than a bit clumsy but it’s well worth fumbling around to get at the goods.” Agreed. And a very compelling site design, to boot.
A long-time user, my Netvibes are now fully Veerlefied.
“A widget that helps you remember how to type any special character, for keyboard or HTML combos. Just put your mouse over a character, and the key combo appears at the bottom.”
The irrepressible Andy Clarke redesigns his company’s site, and the result? A 10-mirrored Vespa, Kevin Cornell illustrations, and of course some css trickery under the hood. Nicely done.
Replace the default navigational buttons in SlideShowPro for $9 per pack, the first of which was designed by Mr. Jon Hicks.
Oh yes, I will find a way to use this lovely typeface. In something. Repeatedly.
Stock photography, type, and killer tees. Genuinely recommended by Authentic Boredom.
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