Since leading sites such as Yahoo and Google set expectations for users across the web, I’m glad to see that Yahoo is sharing their user-experience philosophy in the form of their new User Interface Blog.
In Home Page Goals Derek Powazek explains why he designs the deepest pages of a site first before working his way back to the home page:
Before I get into those goals, here
I don’t design type, but I wish I did. I’m posting this iStockphoto.com article, Know Your Type, here as a reminder to read it later when I’m not as slammed.
Web guru Jeffrey Zeldman examines the “Web 2.0” hype that threatens to overwhelm some of the legitimate advances in rich application development for the web in his article Web 3.0 at A List Apart, noting that it’s hard to map out AJAX interactions and putting the bubblicious flavor of the hype in context with this parable:
Steven, a young web wiz, has just celebrated his bar mitzvah. He received a dozen gifts and must write a dozen thank-you notes. Being webbish, he creates an on-line