Every once in a while, I do a little exploration on the web to look for interesting things. I don’t do it that often because it is a road that leads to everywhere and I could get lost for hours. However, I feel compelled to do it a little bit of the time and this morning was one of those times. I started with a Google Search of UI Blog. Here is what I found in the order I found it:
- User-Interface Blog – Looks promising. I will subscribe.
- Jensen Harris Blog – Microsoft Office guy who blogs about UI. I am going to subscribe.
- Microsoft Officce Labs – Like Google Labs. They are ideas and experiments. Good place for some beta software.
- SharePointPedia – This is a neat resource on SharePoint. They are trying to use it like Wikipedia, which I think is fairly brilliant. Sharepoint might be the coolest web application that exists. I love it. I wish I could install the latest version at Marketo, but unfortunately, time is a scarce resource. Hopefully, we will get an IT person in this year.
- Taskmarket – This is a site where businesses can find freelancers. I am going to try it for graphic design. The neat thing: It’s based on Sharepoint.
- Sharepoint public demo (latest version) – Sharepoint reminds me of Intuit’s quickbase. Great applications that don’t get enough respect.
That’s when I came up for air. I like Design blogs. If you know if a good one, let me know.