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Articles by Ovi on designing, coding, and writing for the web and email

Designing interfaces and writing comics →

WinAmp →

A look at my past publishing things on the web →

Facebook algorithms and the problem with majority rule

...recently, Facebook started automating the filtering of posts which is really annoying because no one really knows exactly how the filters work.

My own Yahoo logo animated GIF →

What a bad interface can do

I lost all my Google Docs files unknowingly with a few simple steps.

The new Microsoft CEO: me

My qualifications as the new Microsoft chief are as good as anyone.

Learning by copying

Taking apart someone else's work as practice.

Programming made for humans

Writing less code and using an interface to program on the web.

What makes a good ebook →

Marketing a web app

The only way to really know if someone is using your product, this making it successful, is if they are happily paying for it!

Why ebooks took so long →

No more hardware tinkering →

The Content Management System that wasn't

...what started out to be a simple tool quickly turned into something rather complex and may have been too ambitious in the end.

My switch from Android to iPhone

A few months I made a list of what I wanted in a new phone as my two-year contract with my Droid was almost up.

Developing a web app

My side project, Indie Aisle has been online for a few months now and as I did with designing the web app, I'd like to share my thoughts about the development process.

The Chrome notebook and really working on the web

It's been over a month since I got the Chrome notebook and I wanted to share my thoughts on it so far.

Wrong default web cursor

This past year, I've tried an experiment on the site. I've replaced the 'text select' cursor that shows when mousing over text on a website with the default arrow cursor.

Designing an online app

Indie Aisle is a project I've been working on and off for a couple of years now. This past year however, I really got going with it, spending most of my available time outside of client work.

Introducing Indie Aisle →

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