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No rocket science here. Just 4 simple user interface techniques that can be used to improve a web application. Applying any of these techniques won’t take a huge amount of effort but will provide some nice enhancements creating a better experience for users.
Last year I created a page to list all the Front End Developer tools that I’ve come across as a Front End Developer. As this page attracted quite a bit of attention, I decided to create a mini site to house all of these tools, so that other people can see and filter them by their own interests. If you head over to www.frontendwebtools.com you can see the big list.
Since I started as a freelance Front End Developer I have created a huge number of website designs. Sometimes the designs that I really like (and hope a client will use) don’t get used in the final website. So, this page is dedicated to all the designs that you might not be able to find live somewhere online. These are either designs that the client didn’t go with or from side projects that I’ve not completed just yet.
Everyone hates those silly captcha forms. The ones you can barely read, have to refresh 100 times in order to get one you think you can read, only to fail yet again. There intentions are good but often fail miserably, interrupting your flow, frustrating you and often causing you to just give up and try another service. More recently, I’ve started to notice that a number of sites have started to innovate this required functionality and turn it into something far more usable and interesting…
Today I launched my new mini web application called The Radarr. This little application is a simple way for people to share knowledge in small digestible chunks. The idea is that if you’ve read something interesting in a book, article or wherever really, the chances are other people will find it interesting too, so share it on The Radarr…
Over the last few weeks I’ve really stepped up the number of blogs I’m reading and commenting on. There is so much great information out there and I feel like I need to take a little more time out of my day to digest it all. I had been visiting each blog individually to read the latest posts but realised pretty quickly that this was an incredibly inefficient way of keeping on top of things. Do you want to know about a better solution?