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It’s a shame Google doesn’t have a more interesting address. Microsoft has while Apple has Not sure why people opt for or when you can have those. Update (10/17/13): Added updates to Yahoo! Mail and iCloud. Their interfaces look slick too, but neither compare to the power of Gmail. I don’t really have a reason to give out those other addresses either. Ocean theme at dawn […]

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Globe vs. Smart iPhone 4S webpage faceoff

I’m supposed to be hunting down a new phone (I have a 100% track record of losing phones on buses) but for some reason I can’t bring myself to choose, the main reason being I don’t depend on my phone that much. I wish voicemail were the norm in the Philippines because there are times when I don’t feel like attending to calls smack dab in the middle of work. […]

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Singular vs. plural categories

I recently worked on a site redesign that features different blogs in its posts. The site also used plural forms for category names, which to me felt unfriendly in describing individual sites. For example: “Pet365, a pet blog” seems more human and appropriate than “Pet365, filed under Pet Blogs” If people are lobbying for more readable hyperlinks with URL sentences and relative/fuzzy date formats are commonplace these days, I believe […]

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MTV Engine Room

The Engine Room is a reality show by MTV and HP that is open to digital artists all over the world. Casting is still open at the website until June 30. 16 people will be flown to New York City commencing on or about July 18, 2008 through on or about August 16, 2008 (collectively, the “Filming Dates”). They will compete in teams of 4 participants each for prizes by […]

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The Multi-Touch Screen by Perceptive Pixel: Jeff Han Takes User Experience to the Next Level

Jefferson Han‘s multi-touch screen system requires not too many words to describe it, only a few videos (represented here in thumbnails, though): Multi-Touch Sensing through FTIR

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Design + code + words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.