Windows XP GUI half done

I just bumb to very intresting article at acts of volition about windows XP GUI. I have build Intranet for Windows XP look and feel because we thougth that XP GUI would be good in usability wise. Well it is sort of (comparing to other windows) but those icons and edges are really half done. Also GUI in general is not nice looking, well yes I bet it is very hard to come up with a GUI when audience size is a world.
But still less is more, if I want blue I should have it via themes and default should be plain always.

You can read whole article at acts of volition web-site.

And oh yes, if someone can find me good design guidelines howto make designs on Windows GUI I buy a beer.

Updating to XHTML1.1

Been bored, so I started to write this page in XHTML1.1. I’m almost there couple more things need to figured out like how do I make anchor in page if <a name=”lorem” > doesn’t excist anymore? Actually I’m not sure if it does because I tried to read DTD and that’s not very easy to read.
Maybe I should look little WAI as well.

Seems like Macromedia has redesign their site http://www.macromedia.com/ looks OK.

Now It’s time to bed tomorrow is a loooong day at work.

Google bought blogger!

My favorite portal gets blog stuff soon… Probably…
This should only mean good things for Blogger users. Intresting…
More in here and here

Small site update

I just update movabletype to versoin 2.6 and if this post goes thru, I think update was success….

GO Symbian

The battle between Microsoft and Nokia for operating system supremacy on wireless instruments (Smartphones) concluded that Nokia with its Symbian OS based Series 60 SDK was already the victor over Microsoft’s Smartphone 2002 SDK, writes Rick Rowell.
Nokia vs. Microsoft

Just testing

I’m building CSS’s for this movable type and now I want to test if everythign is working.

Opera 7 for Windows Final

Opera 7 is finally out here is some neat features:

The standards support in Opera 7 has been improved with added support for DOM level 2 and CSS2; improved ECMAScript and HTML 4.01 support; and complete WML 1.3 and 2.0 support. Opera 7 also handles non-standard pages using DHTML, giving Opera’s millions of old and new users a hassle-free Internet experience.
Links panel, Fast Forward and more… check out http://www.opera.com/