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vincemckelvie:

new site design and updated content.
www.vincemckelvie.com

vincemckelvie:

new site design and updated content.

www.vincemckelvie.com

uxrave:

Stream the new xx album and see it’s global spread via HTML5 visualizations (collaboration with Internet Explorer)

uxrave:

Stream the new xx album and see it’s global spread via HTML5 visualizations (collaboration with Internet Explorer)

dxinteractive:

Introducing Tumble Tree! ~ Check out this thing I made that lets you see how posts are reblogged across Tumblr. It works on the dashboard or on most permalink pages, and you can sproing the branches around, filter notes by comments, save the tree as a picture blah blah blah. I’ve been using and testing it for the last couple of weeks and it’s pretty handy.Go to tumble-tree.tumblr.com to try it out and install it. I guarantee you probably won’t die!P.S. Yes this is why I haven’t posted much in the last couple of weeks.

dxinteractive:

Introducing Tumble Tree! ~ Check out this thing I made that lets you see how posts are reblogged across Tumblr. It works on the dashboard or on most permalink pages, and you can sproing the branches around, filter notes by comments, save the tree as a picture blah blah blah. I’ve been using and testing it for the last couple of weeks and it’s pretty handy.

Go to tumble-tree.tumblr.com to try it out and install it. I guarantee you probably won’t die!

P.S. Yes this is why I haven’t posted much in the last couple of weeks.

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If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.

chriskalani:

I wrote this little javascript app to help me stay on top of daily todo’s. It works like you’d expect, with a couple constraints: First, every morning it starts over fresh. Your list from the day before is thrown in the garbage. The idea is to encourage the completion of all tasks each day and prevent the addition of frivolous unobtainable tasks. Second, there’s no reordering. I want to try and trust my subconscious; if I add a task before another, then it’s because my mind has determined it’s priority by the order in which it’s remembered.
So far it’s worked really nicely for me. Better than anything I’ve come across in my travels. Perhaps you’ll enjoy it too: http://todokyo.com

chriskalani:

I wrote this little javascript app to help me stay on top of daily todo’s. It works like you’d expect, with a couple constraints: First, every morning it starts over fresh. Your list from the day before is thrown in the garbage. The idea is to encourage the completion of all tasks each day and prevent the addition of frivolous unobtainable tasks. Second, there’s no reordering. I want to try and trust my subconscious; if I add a task before another, then it’s because my mind has determined it’s priority by the order in which it’s remembered.

So far it’s worked really nicely for me. Better than anything I’ve come across in my travels. Perhaps you’ll enjoy it too: http://todokyo.com

uxrave:

Meta: Tumblr dashboard design iterations.

uxrave:

Meta: Tumblr dashboard design iterations.

zachklein:

A couple months ago I published beaverbrook.com, a photo blog about a forest in Upstate New York where I spend a lot of time with friends. It’s my happiest place on Earth! 

The custom Tumblr theme I made features big images spanning the entire browser window. Some people said they wanted the same theme, too, so I posted a call for help to help me polish the theme to accomodate all post types.

It took a bunch of back and forth, and David ColeJohn Holdun and I finally wrapped up version 1.0 last weekend. All post types are formatted to fit nicely, one entry per browser view. I call it Slides and you can play with it here.

You can make it your theme for $49. The price is high to keep volume low (less customer support), and all profits go to Beaver Brook to continue the forest regeneration program I started there. If there’s enough I’d love to buy a few more neighboring acres to preserve even more woods (that would make me so proud!).

I’m excited to see what you do with it. Otherwise, thanks for the feedback and love.

staff:

Introducing: Highlighted Posts
Every now and then, a post comes along that’s meant for big things. It could be pulling the wraps off your new project, promoting your next show, raising awareness for a cause, or just sharing a truly incredible photo. 
Today you’ll have a new option to Highlight those extra-important posts. For one dollar, your post will stand out in the Dashboard with a customizable sticker to make sure your followers take notice!

staff:

Introducing: Highlighted Posts

Every now and then, a post comes along that’s meant for big things. It could be pulling the wraps off your new project, promoting your next show, raising awareness for a cause, or just sharing a truly incredible photo. 

Today you’ll have a new option to Highlight those extra-important posts. For one dollar, your post will stand out in the Dashboard with a customizable sticker to make sure your followers take notice!

devgupta:

How to write emails for mutual contacts and thank you notes.

devgupta:

How to write emails for mutual contacts and thank you notes.

Email: Mutual Contact

Email: Thank You Note

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