In the old days, before the blog, I used to write “articles” (yes, actual html pages), “upload” them and everything. They’re not particularly relevant anymore, some are embarrasing, but here they are, for posterity and because nice URLs stay around.
The only one that’s still really relevant is Themes and metaphors in the semantic web discussion.
Old pages on this website:
- How people really browse.
- A short and easy introduction to everything. (I still love that title!)
- Content management: how to let users add formatting
- Email interface design 101 (this one has a few interesting ideas in it)
- Funky forms for interface designers. (pre-AJAX)
- Finding blind spots in navigation. (still somewhat relevant)
- Illustrating ease (my attempt to start a library of illustrations of the idea of ease of use
The “sitemap at the bottom of the page” files sadly depend on a database that no longer exists (that will teach me!), so they’re not available.