Posts Tagged “Design”

New design for Matt Mullenweg

by oneafrikan on March 10, 2009

Matt’s got a nifty new design, which is nice ;-) What a long way he’s come since the days of before B2!! Nice one dude…

A Brilliant Primer on Sustainable Design

by oneafrikan on February 25, 2009

A heads up to great thinking from Fast Company: _ A Brilliant Primer on Sustainable Design | Green Day | Fast Company The presentation clearly visualizes and relates a spectrum of conceptual frameworks for talking about sustainable design–what we at (…)

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Enjoying the new Last.fm design

by oneafrikan on July 22, 2008

Nice work guys, think it’s clean and fresh and cool – check it out if you haven’t already ;-)

Carsonified:- Matt Week – Day three and where we’re at

by oneafrikan on July 2, 2008

I’m a bit skeptical about this, but anyways I think the results will be interesting… ;-) _ Carsonified » Blog Archive » Matt Week – Day three and where we’re at Day three is upon us. We have had a (…)

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Intruders.tv interview on Kindo (about scale/product/marketing/revenue)

by oneafrikan on June 30, 2008

Was at Open Coffee last week (looking for developers), and did this interview with Vincent and Eugene from Intruders.tv on Kindo. Talked about how we’ve tackled some of the usual web app issues like scaling our userbase, internationalisation, product dev, (…)

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Kindo in the guardian.co.uk

by oneafrikan on June 23, 2008

Brief summary of what Kindo is about in the Guardian: _ Elevator Pitch: Kindo makes a play for the family network niche | PDA: The Digital Content Blog | guardian.co.uk ;-)

Test your Web design in different browsers with Browsershots

by oneafrikan on June 4, 2008

Pretty cool utility ;-) _ Test your Web design in different browsers – Browsershots Browsershots makes screenshots of your Web design in different browsers. It is a free open-source online service created by Johann C. Rocholl. When you submit your (…)

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