The History of GUI Visual Design - How many of these OS screenshots do you remember? My walk down memory lane took me to dorm rooms, apartments, college computer lab jobs, and several post-college jobs. And Mac OS 10.0 isn’t nearly as good looking as you might remember.
Great writeup from Mike Rohde on his experience designing Pear Note 2.0.
Loremify is a 400kb OS X dashboard widget that spits out some handy filler text when you need it. List, paragraph, or header form. via (esquareda)
I haven’t installed a Dashboard widget in forever, but this one is genuinely useful. The (highly discoverable) UI feature for choosing the amount of text to copy is fantastic.
Thanks to Rogie King, you can now use a Growl theme that doesn’t feel way stale.
ADHD version: all have great qualities, but none are the answer.
LastHistory - OS X visualization tool for analyzing your Last.fm listening history.
Mockup of the upcoming 1Password for iPad. Looking great guys!
Only Panic could make an archaic technology like usenet seem sexy.
I guess I always know which app I’m dragging a file to, but in general this concept makes pretty good sense.