Ben Carmichael

Feb 28

Persona photos -

Creative Commons-licensed photos of people that are suitable for use in personas.

Nov 16

Gifts for User Experience Geeks 2010 -

Lots of good resources in here :)

Pull Out Content Panel with jQuery

Nov 11

Cool new IBM new campaign from Noma Bar. Here are the print ads. Animations coming soon.

Cool new IBM new campaign from Noma Bar. Here are the print ads. Animations coming soon.

Nov 08

Zepto.js -

matthewb:

Jim Ray:

Thomas Fuchs has created exactly what jQuery mobile should be — a lightweight framework that does away with a lot of the cross-platform cruft that weighs down jQuery, designed just for mobile. It also does away with all of the fake, timing-based animations that most javascript frameworks use and shifts animations and transitions to CSS3. It’s even got touch events!

What’s more, its zipped, minified size is just 2,368 bytes and it implements a large subset of functions from libraries such as jQuery and Prototype, along with touch-specific events such as tap(), doubleTap() and swipe().

(Source: jimray)

Oct 23

Grids for Skecthing | Ben Martineau -

PDF Grid for sketching

Jul 27

UI Design Palettes for Illustrator -

Great range of Illustrator Design Components

cameronmoll:

If you prototype in Illustrator, consider downloading this framework. Includes GUI elements, interface icons, and buttons styles, all of which can be dropped into your artwork and customized as needed.

/via Zeldman

Jul 21

9-bits:

The HTC 1 concept is a stunning personal personal project from Andrew Kim. The detail and aesthetic he puts into both UI and hardware design is incredibly gorgeous.

9-bits:

The HTC 1 concept is a stunning personal personal project from Andrew Kim. The detail and aesthetic he puts into both UI and hardware design is incredibly gorgeous.

Jul 06

“And then, at some point, you realize you’re spending your best energy on optimization, not on creation.” — Seth Godin, The non-optimized life (via 9-bits)

IE’s big leap forward; CSS3 selectors fully supported -

gregbabula:

Hopeful article from Quirksmode discussing how IE9 is no longer behind the curve. With Internet Explorer’s latest iteration of browser, they will no longer be playing catch up, but become an actual competitor again. Not a joke. There are 3 properties it looks like it’s not supporting yet; however ie9 isn’t out yet so that could change pretty quick. Oh and the author’s been keeping a table chart of all the css3 selectors being supported by all browsers. Pretty impressive.