Posts by Alex Christie

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Advertising + Social Media = ♥

2 March 2010 | Alex Christie

Hot on the heels of the rumours about Twitter’s advertising platform, Digg.com – a social news aggregator – has provided a performance update on its innovative advertising model. Several months ago, Digg wowed the world […]

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Windows users now have the option to choose their favourite browser

1 March 2010 | Alex Christie

As from today (1 March 2010), Microsoft is legally obliged to start advertising alternatives to its web browser, Internet Explorer (IE), following an agreement reached with the European Competition Commission (ECC) in December 2009. The […]

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The wonderous (and sometimes forgotten) world of white space

1 March 2010 | Alex Christie

For this post the examples are focussed on web design however the points remain true with many other forms of design. For those unfamiliar with the term white space, here is what Wikipedia have to […]

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Labour disregards SEO with campaign page

22 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Over the weekend, a new landing page was put live for the Labour party’s website. It’s a slick, flash-based page that reflects the new “Future Fair for All” theme touted by the Labour party at […]

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Mobile Phone Predictive Technology Coming of Age?

18 February 2010 | Alex Christie

I’m always on the lookout for something reliable to help me enter text quickly on mobile phones. I have high hopes for voice-recognition software but I personally can’t see it happening here any time soon. […]

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Facebook launches Facebook Zero

17 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Facebook has announced a new scaled-down version of its site called Facebook Zero. This stripped-down, low-bandwidth version of Facebook has been designed specifically with mobile users in mind.  Facebook has said that the site “omits […]

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Love Without Borders, Updated.

12 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Given the prevalence of social networking sites and MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) communities, it is not surprising that there are people falling in love. Dating sites have been around for as long as the […]

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Usability best practice, Part 2 – Mega drop-down menus

12 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Following on from the first in the series ‘Usability best practice’ which focused on the use of Tabs as navigation I am continuing with another form of navigation system. This blog focuses on mega drop-down […]

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Apple iPad: revolutionary, or just a silly idea?

10 February 2010 | Alex Christie

The tablet computer, which is generally defined as a computer format with wireless capability and a touch screen, is not a new idea.  Arguably conceived from science-fiction television shows, often seen in Battlestar Galactica for […]

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Twitter and Facebook in Google’s crosshairs

9 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Things have changed in the online world over the past two years. Normally Google has been the company that has made the waves and innovations, but when it comes to social media the company has […]

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