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Flat vs Realism

A nice little site that allows you to battle out your problems with the design you don't like.

I think it really depends on what...

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Oculus rift & Mech warrior

It seems that the Oculus rift has finally found what it was created for.

Hawken is a game that at its core is basically Mech warrior

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Why not to ask users to type their password twice and other UX tips about simplifying forms

Almost everyone has gone through this – a registration form that requires you to type an email or password twice. Personally, I find it...

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Masonry effect with all the bells and whistles

Really good tutorial not just on the basics of using Isotope, a masonry framework, but how to make the result responsive, as well as...

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Good bye passwords

Ok saying goodbye is probably an overreaction but this kind of password protection is realistically viable for websites that don't...

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JS object patterns - Form objects

Another one outlining form objects, these ones come close to a view models but include logic as well.

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JS object patterns - Service objects

Another design pattern from Michael Phillips this time outlining Service objects.

Service Objects are objects that perform a discrete operation or action

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JS object patterns - Value objects

Object pattern detailed quite well, shows an example and how it works well with unit testing.

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Optimum forms

A lot of different concepts for form optimisation that seems obvious once you read but with key explains a lot can be learnt.

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Trust seals

Some interesting stats on trust seals. Its painfully obvious that people (well atleast this set) trust Norton over the alternatives.

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JavaScript tips

Some good tips in order to keep your JavaScript in check.

tldr;

  • Keep JavaScript code consistent
  • Use patterns such as Revealing...

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Further insight into vNext and MVC6

This is an interesting look into the new technologies coming from the asp.net team. So far things seems to be an improvement on the...

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UX Design patterns

Some examples of best practises on how to make a website function as well as it looks.

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Accessibility tips

A couple of tips on how to improve your site to make it more accessible and also it destroys the myth that screen readers need to have...

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Html5 validation

A bit of an explanation of the new types in html5 as well as some other ways to do validation with html only.

I would still...

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Revealing module pattern

This is a pattern in JavaScript, yes apparently they have them now.

It's a way of structuring your code in order to make it seem...

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Arguments anti-patterns

I had forgot about some of these. Very useful to annoy anyone who is wrong and stubborn.

Instead of trying to show them the error of...

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Distributed cloud talk

This is James Mickens comedy talk from the Monitorama conference 2014.

He gives a brief overview of how the cloud works but if...

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Round the houses

This is hilariously bad but I think luckily the vast majority of the public wont care too much that they've been redirected several times.

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