Another take on the scrolling navigation pattern. However you feel about the implementation details, it’s got to better than the “teenage tidying” method of shoving everything behind a hamburger icon.
Geek humour is no laughing matter, as Chris demonstrates here with his thorough dissection of that coffee mug.
CSS is weird. It’s unlike any other code, and that makes a lot of programmers uncomfortable. But used wisely it can, in fact, be awesome.
It’s not often I say this, but read the comments.
The trouble with overflow menus is that you didn’t actually take anything away, you just obnoxiously obfuscated it.
Words of warning and advice from Daniel.
Instead of prioritizing, we just sweep complexity under the rug and pretend that it doesn’t exist.
Chris mocks up an interface idea for Apple.
A nifty app for OS X that allows you to browse your iTunes music by album cover.