Posts Tagged 'design'

At last, KeyNote done better

I need to come right out and say it: I’m pretty sure that RightNote is the better KeyNote.

After all these years I feel like the burden has passed on to someone else and I don’t have to feel guilty about not updating KeyNote anymore.

I’ve only installed the trial version and played with it a little. I am not vouching that RightNote will not fry your computer and scare off your cats. What I’m saying is that, for better or ...

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Don’t do this.

A drop-down list to select priority from an otherwise fetching task management application. I don’t think a comment is necessary.

You have your priorities a**-backwards!

In the unlikely case the colors are throwing you off the scent, here’s the same design principle in its pure form – a list of risk levels:

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A content management system that lives up to its name

Here’s how to become a hero of these Internets, in one easy step: write a Better CMS.

Yes, really. Bear with me.

I can’t believe I’m so different from everyone else on the planet that there is no CMS made just for my needs. And yet there isn’t, which makes me think there’s a big, BIG niche to fill, because I cannot possibly be the only one. (One would hope!) Before I say why I think this would fly and why it ...

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