This is a brilliant example of engaging in consumer conversations in a meaningful (and tongue-in-cheek) way:
A video reply by a female hygiene company to a concerned Facebook user.
There is hardly any website that I do that doesn’t use horizontal lines (called
hr for horizontal rules).
They are great way to add structure to a page and separate content.
Now Chris Coyier of css-tricks.com shows how to add some style with
hr they are also a way to add some style –
Awesome, huh? Click through to css code.
Update: I was so tickled when after putting this post together, I got invite (through Meetup) to attend Chris’s talk at Automatic “A Modern Web Designer’s Workflow” – so looking forward!
Standard 5&10 Ace in Laurel Village, San Francisco, your one-stop variety store since 1939. Family owned and operated, offering remodel solutions for more than seven decades.
I love serendipity – I ran into Michelle when she was serving popcorn at a local family oriented function (she is so hands on). A couple of months later we are redesigning Standard 5&10 Ace website to reflect all kinds of new features, check out her Pinterest wall.
If I were to run a triathlon, I know where I would start: by joining the strong women of TRIGRIT. It can’t go wrong with by Noel Kosiek, the chief coach. I first met Noel many-many years ago at a spin class in the local YMCA and then had to move next door as she is a picture of sunshine and health and will and warmth.
Just a couple of minutes ago while goofingly answering Greg (of WPZen.com), I accidentally sent the reply to all SF WordPress list. Whoops. First! Imagining me realizing it a millisecond later and wishing for an undo button. I use gmail so not such luck. Everything is instantaneous.
So this is why I love, love designing webpages – while the information can appear instantaneously, there is the ability to go back and fix things. There is always an undo button (if you practice backup & revision control).
Makes me wish for Outlook – it had a delay between outbox & sendbox. I also miss outlook “Send e-mail with delay” function.
What features do you loath/miss in gmail?