Monthly Archives: May 2009

Windows 7 UI changes

Excellent and indepth look at the changes made to the UI of Windows 7 between Windows 7 beta to Windows 7 release candidate over at arstechnica. I must say that these UI reviews by arstechnica are quite complete.

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Office 2010 technical previews screenshots

Nice little story over at ArsTechnica showing the Office 2010 technical preview screenshots that have been leaked. They mention one of the biggest changes being the blue orb is no longer a menu, it opens up a dialogue. It seems … Continue reading

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Infographics

I love infographics as much as the next guy, and sixrevisions have put together some awesome examples. Have also found some interesting resources here: http://www.wallstats.com/ http://www.catalogtree.net/projects/graph The article also points to these resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_graphics http://coolinfographics.blogspot.com/ http://www.good.is/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/diagrams/ http://flowingdata.com/

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The future of WireFrames

Really interesting article about not only the future but the past of wireframes: http://www.madebymany.co.uk/the-future-of-wireframes-00991. Its talks a lot about website wire framing, but they are such a general resource that it is worth taking the time to take a look … Continue reading

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Really nice simple UI

This is from an application called Caoo, a new application by Chris Liscio of SuperMegaUltraGroovy: It helps musicians to learn to play music by Ear and I must say its one of the nicest looking single window interfaces I have … Continue reading

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