Martin Belam specifically says news sites shouldn’t have external links open in new windows, but his points apply to all types of sites. It’s just not good practice. Or manners.
Designer Tobias van Schneider wants to redesign email, which has been mostly static since the ’70s. His vision looks pretty good, don’t you think?
It’s not official, but this is a pretty great rebranding effort for Canada.
If you’ve ever been frustrated with that app, this will be welcome news.
You may know some of these already, but you’ll probably find a few tricks you didn’t know.
The Web you’re most familiar with is the Fast Web. But there’s a Slow Web, too, and it can be a nice change from the pressure of the Fast.
A journalism-centric take on a minor current debate about a potential Twitter feature. But it’s relevant to organizations and people who use Twitter for more than life updates, too.
Anyone who’s ever used Twitter to relay information probably has had a need for a way to correct a tweet.
Last month, Fortune had an interesting look at the man who followed up a true industry titan and has done a pretty good job of it.
His closing question should be the question at the center of what you’re doing on the web.
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