firefox archives

Ubiquity is an “experiment into connecting the Web with language in an attempt to find new user interfaces that could make it possible for everyone to do common Web tasks more quickly and easily.”

It is very alpha stage level stuff, but pretty cool looking.

Ubiquity for Firefox

posted by aaron on Wednesday, Aug 27, 2008 · 1 comment

So, this must be a Jakob Nielsen approved button arrangement. More usable = more ugly? Shouldn’t have to be that way. :)

posted by rick on Friday, Jun 20, 2008

What is going on here? The most commonly used button on a browsers toolbar was made a little easier to see and given a bigger hit area. Probably good for the general population who uses it often (alt/apple-left arrow people!). For those that don’t like it luckily you can easily make it the same size as the rest of the buttons. (/me waits for John to come throw something at him)

posted by aaron on Friday, Jun 20, 2008

What is going on here? I thought that the UI in FireFox 3 was broken, but I guess this is what they wanted it to look like. However bad it looks, it is a great example of misplaced dissonance.

posted by john on Thursday, Jun 19, 2008

Be sure to go get Firefox 3!
(good luck with that)

posted by clifton on Tuesday, Jun 17, 2008

Ars Technica has a nice review of Firefox 3.0B1 which was released this morning. I am interested to see how this will work with my screen reader.

posted by cannona on Tuesday, Nov 20, 2007

Heard tonight: a refreshing cover of Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So” (isn’t that their best song?) by up and comer Mozella. Her album stuff is way too sugary and poppy for me, but this cover, which is slow and soulful, is really quite good,
and can be found and purchased on iTunes..

posted by jason on Tuesday, Jun 19, 2007

I may have just died and gone to heaven.
Firefox will move to mobile phones – Read More

posted by rob on Thursday, May 10, 2007

Good for a few chuckles: Announcing Microsoft Firefox 2007. Make sure to read the fine print and advertising for full effect.

posted by ted on Monday, Dec 04, 2006

Someone has created an open source Firefox plugin for the LDS scriptures. Cool!

posted by ted on Wednesday, Nov 01, 2006