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The Devil’s in the Details – Frictionless Checkout

Recently I’ve become a fan of Lot18, a flash sale site for wine lovers, which works much like Gilt Groupe for wine. Like Gilt, they offer quality products at a discount to standard retail, and their site features rich descriptions and photos. They’ve also taken advantage of some best practices in flash sales, including: Daily […]

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Clipper Card Website and Autoload Fail

Leave it to the government to take an otherwise brilliant idea and disfigure it so badly that it makes you want to just put it out of its misery. If it’s true that a camel is a horse designed by committee, then the Clipper Card is the three-legged,¬†syphilitic¬†camel of public transportation payment systems. Clipper Card […]

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Twitter’s New Homepage Speaks Volumes

If there was any doubt about the direction Twitter might be headed as a company, I think this new design clears that right up.

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How Web Designers Really Spend Their Time

I stumbled across this image the other day. Unfortunately, it’s all too accurate a representation of how web designers are forced to spend their time these days. In other news, death to IE!

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