New looks for web sites

Good web design is changing again. Is it the influence of the growth of mobile devices? It’s certainly influenced my adoption of Nulis on the blog. They are picture rich, with lots of white space, borderless and short columns (often implementing lists) and strong rows! (They also tend to go to the second page by racking down, thus saving the delay of a page refresh.)

http://www.threatmatch.com/ is one example and http://guardtime.com/ is another. I have used a picture from Guardtime as my featured picture on this post. Both these sites are offering IT Security solutions, but they are both  an inspiration. At least to me. Continue reading “New looks for web sites”

Using userstyles.org

This was originally  written in 2010, and may have been posted to the snipsnap bliki; when I rescued it I copied it to the blog but since decided it’s better on the wiki, although at least one of the links is now supported by the wayback machine, so maybe I should deprecate the post, but I’ll leave it to another day. At the moment, here are my old notes on stylish/user styles. Continue reading “Using userstyles.org”