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Jessica Murphy

Microsoft Takes on Dropbox with Major SkyDrive Update - 1 views

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    Microsoft combined the functions of two of their cloud storage services--SkyDrive (storage) and Mesh (file synchronization and remote access)--to create what they consider a superior alternative to Dropbox, Apple's iCloud, and Google's apps storage.
Jessica Murphy

Semi-Interactive Webcomic - 0 views

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    My coworker sent this to me a while ago to see my reaction. This comic responds to the user's movements on the page. If you're jumpy, you've been warned!
Bonnie Thibodeau

SMHollingsworth the Copywriter - 1 views

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    This is a web site of a friend I used to work with, and thought it was a nice example of designing a web site for a professional portfolio as well as including personal interests and links.
Benjamin Myers

Video: Inventing on Principle - 0 views

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    The previous post referenced in "Connect With Your Creation Through a Real-Time Editor"
Benjamin Myers

Building Responsive Websites: How to Handle Navigation Menus - 0 views

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    Looks at "responsive design" and navigation menus. And if you couldn't already tell, I've fallen behind in my Webmonkey reading and am now bombing the Humanities Computing group with any article that I think is interesting and/or semi-relevant. I'll stop soon.
Benjamin Myers

What Kind of Blogging Do We Want? - 0 views

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    Another common topic has seemed to be blogs and blogging, especially following the readings for last week. This seemed like a blog post that might add to the discussion.
Benjamin Myers

Connect With Your Creation Through a Real-Time Editor - 0 views

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    I thought this might be interesting, especially as we head toward the section of the class where we discuss games. Here is an excerpt from the default blurb: "Victor has worked on experimental UI concepts at Apple and also created the interactive data graphics for Al Gore's book, Our Choice. In the talk Victor showed off a demo of a great real-time game editor that makes your existing coding tools look primitive at best."
Benjamin Myers

UnBeige - Where Designers Read Design - 0 views

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    I know we would all have access to this via our reading and a Google search, but I thought I would throw it up here for easy access in case anyone was interested in checking it out.
Benjamin Myers

Art of the Menu - 0 views

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    One more website that I think some may find helpful. It is a website the highlights some menu designs. As such it offers some cool ideas for thinking about homepages, layout, and typography.
Benjamin Myers

Poster Cabaret - 0 views

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    Here is the other website that I look back to frequently. I don't want to spam the message board with websites that are largely just "inspiration" sites, but if any of you are interested in others, I have a bunch and am always looking to trade.
Benjamin Myers

20x200 | Affordable Art Prints - 0 views

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    This is a website that offers limited print, affordable art. I like to look at what is being done other places to get ideas for my own work. This website and one other one (which I will post next ... which you'll see first) are two websites that I like to look at a lot for stylistic ideas of how to do poster designs, typographic designs, website designs, and book covers.
Benjamin Myers

Useful HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Tools - 2 views

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    Another article from Smashing Magazine ... the title gives the sense of what the article is all about.
Benjamin Myers

50 Brilliant CSS3/JavaScript Coding Techniques | Smashing Coding - 1 views

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    Really cool article (and magazine more generally) for thinking about things you can do with css and javascript (and getting advice/code). The options include: an analog clock; dynamic, layered index cards; creating perceived depth and 3d ribbons; newspaper layouts; navigation bars; and more.
Benjamin Myers

Simple JavaScript Drop Down Menu with timeout effect v2.0 - 0 views

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    Provides HTML, CSS, and javascript versions of how to do a drop down menu ... something I figure many of us may want as we include navigation bars.
Benjamin Myers

HTML Codes - Special Characters - ASCII Table - 0 views

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    Useful if you find yourself using a lot of special characters on your website. For example, in reading responses to the ELO works, it can be useful for some authors' names).
Benjamin Myers

The League of Moveable Type - 0 views

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    Free fonts.
Benjamin Myers

Welcome to Tablecloth - 0 views

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    I thought this might be useful for anyone who wanted to build tables into their website.
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