All about browser UX. By Patrick Dubroy.
Aza Raskin’s TabCandy project, which I’ve mentioned here before, was publicly announced last week. Give it a try — it’s very cool.
Some new mockups for Firefox 4 from Stephen Horlander, including Aza Raskin’s TabCandy project. Lookin’ good!
Chrome to Phone is a Google Chrome extension and corresponding Android app that lets you push web pages and maps directly to your phone, at the click of a button. I’ve been using this for the past few days on my Nexus One, and it is super useful.
The project formerly known as “Weave for iPhone”, which I posted a while back. Looks like it could be really useful for Firefox & iPhone users.
Account Manager is an experimental Firefox add-on for supporting identity directly in the browser.
Great to see that Firefox Mobile for Android is progressing along nicely.
Very cool. The demo doesn’t seem to work for me though (Chrome 5.0.342.9 beta on Mac OS).
Alex Faaborg (Firefox UX Lead) rounds up some of the browser-related research at CHI 2010 this year.
Firefox UX Designer Alexander Limi polls Reddit users to gripe about their biggest pet peeves. 2300 comments, but there are some great ideas in there.
Gmail now supports dragging and dropping files to attach them to an email. Currently only supported in Chrome and Firefox 3.6.