Information Architecture on the World Wide Web
The 3rd edition of Peter Morville and Louis Rosenfeld's 'Information Architecture on the World Wide Web
' has been released.
The updated edition looks at new developments around social media/web 2.0.
Labels: book, information architecture
Follow the Sun
Simple google map that shows which areas of the earth are in daylight at any particular point in time - Daylight map
Labels: googlemaps, maps
Hideaway cozy by Rosalie Monod de Froideville.
Labels: art, product design
Lime Street to New Street
Labels: flickr, moblog, test
Quick Thumbnail: online image resizer
allows you to resize jpegs and gifs by percentage or pixel size. Limit of 1.25MB for the original image.
The impact of Ajax on the User Experience
The first part of The impact of Ajax on the User Experience
looks at the positive effects, including improved performance and smoother responses, multiple interactions, automatic data refresh, live support, richer interactions, new functions and visual effects enhancing experience.
Labels: ajax, usability
Colour by numbers
Colour by Numbers
in Stockholm allows the public to use their mobile phone to change the colours of the windows in the Telefonplan tower.
We put this forward for St John's Beacon in Liverpool a couple of years ago but the idea never got off the ground. The lights on the beacon are already programmed to respond to mobile phone directions, the Culture Company would be onto an easy moneyspinner charging people to change the lighting of the beacon to the colour of their choice.
Watch Your Mouth
Watch Your Mouth
from News Sniffer
provides access to censored message board posts from BBC Online
. The feeds show posts that have been moderated / removed.
Labels: moderation, website