Author PJ Doland
Did Gibson think that nobody would notice when they completely-ripped off Apple for their new website design? For reference, here is a screencap of Apple’s site: Which brings me to two points: When you have your own iconic brand, you really shouldn’t need to steal so shamelessly. It’s 2009, Gibson. Did you really think table-based
Sometimes it just makes more sense to put the controls right on the site. Watch this quick screencast to find out how we let one of our clients order the stories in their main content well with drag & drop ease. Bringing Site Control Out of the Admin Interface from Dancing Mammoth on Vimeo.
I’ve been to a few Apple stores in the past and I love their clean design. The products they sell are well displayed and their staff are usually very helpful, but I am always looking for a bargain. So I can’t envision myself purchasing a new computer from my local Apple store with the deals
I’m in the process of upgrading my first-generation Core Duo Macbook, which is getting a little long-in-the-tooth. So this afternoon I visited Apple.com and I took a little time to review the specs of the newly released models. I eventually came across the following bar chart, which is accessible as a pop-up from this page.