What are some well-designed web apps that dynamically add/remove content (notifications) to pages without
posted by phrontist
on Feb 22, 2012 -
Have you ever seen an online archive with an unbelievable design for users? A large archival online collection that's easy to navigate, tells you exactly what you want to know, and loads easily? Can you tell me what it is? [more inside]
posted by melodykramer
on Jun 28, 2011 -
. I adore parenthetical comments, but they clutter up my writing, so in one of my projects, I pulled them out as endnotes. Then I discovered a clever way of doing them as css popups. But am I happy? No. [mi] [more inside]
posted by Karmakaze
on Dec 22, 2004 -
A friend of mine is doing a study of websites that look beautiful, but have an air of exclusivity about them
. I can't help, because I only ever use the internet for
skanky amateur pr0n
the latest cricket scores. Can anyone else suggest anything appropriate?
posted by nylon
on Sep 22, 2004 -
I just gave up on two pages in quick succession; the first hung while it waited and waited on something from akamai, which was apparently taking a nap just then, and the second while it waited and waited on something from doubleclick, equally asleep. Like I care whether a page manages to do its dirty background business with doubleclick. Is there any browser that has a [SKIP IT] button you can click that means "give up on what you're trying to get right now, skip over it, go on and load the rest of the page"? Would such a button be feasable?Or have I been missing something that's been in front of me all the time?
posted by jfuller
on Jul 28, 2004 -
Best designed "information" sites? I've done a lot of web sites for bands / independent films / small businesses. I've now been asked to create a site for a large government organization and am scouring the web for design inspiration. What are your favorite sites (not necessarily gov't) that are clean/modern and well organized and/or offer features you think are important to a site that has a heft of wide-ranging information?
posted by dobbs
on Jul 22, 2004 -