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28/06/2011

Google Swiffy

http://swiffy.googlelabs.com/

06/11/2010

Daring Fireball: Going Flash-Free on Mac OS X, and How to Cheat When You Need It

Last week I mentioned that, following Steven Frank’s lead, I’d completely disabled Flash Player on my Mac. But I have a cheat, for web pages with Flash content with no non-Flash workaround. I’m really happy with this setup, so I thought I’d document it here.

Daring Fireball: Going Flash-Free on Mac OS X, and How to Cheat When You Need It

02/06/2010

Accessibility does not prevent you from using JavaScript or Flash

A common misconception is that in order to make a website accessible you have to abstain from using JavaScript or Flash.

Accessibility does not prevent you from using JavaScript or Flash

02/06/2010

Adactio: Journal—Awe Dee Oh

Browsers that understand the video element will use that while less capable browsers will play the Flash movie in the object element (and because of the way the object element works, you can put yet another layer of fallback content between the opening and closing tags).

Adactio: Journal—Awe Dee Oh

29/05/2010

Smokescreen |

Flash … without the plugin

Smokescreen |

11/05/2010

JeffCroft.com: On the Android Flash demo at FlashCamp Seattle

For a web standards-oriented designer/developer like myself, it was cool to see how the other half lives and what drives them. There are a lot of good and talented people in the Flash community, and it was awesome to get to meet some of them.

JeffCroft.com: On the Android Flash demo at FlashCamp Seattle

02/05/2010

Understand The Web · Ben Ward

Perceptions of the web is changing. People are advocating that we treat the web like another application framework. An open, cross-platform, multi-device rival to Flash and Cocoa and everything else. I’m all for making the web richer, and exposing new functionality, but I value what makes the web weblike much, much more.

Understand The Web · Ben Ward

29/04/2010

Thoughts on Flash by Steve Jobs

I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe’s Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Adobe has characterized our decision as being primarily business driven – they say we want to protect our App Store – but in reality it is based on technology issues. Adobe claims that we are a closed system, and that Flash is open, but in fact the opposite is true. Let me explain.

Thoughts on Flash by Steve Jobs

12/04/2010

[ INCREDIBOX ] presents [ THE INCREDIBLE POLO ]

an online application that offers you to discover the musical universe of “the Incredible Pol”, handling a range of “human beat-box” sounds created by the artist.

[ INCREDIBOX ] presents [ THE INCREDIBLE POLO ]

22/03/2010

I AM NOT AN ARTIST

AN ANIMATED GIF PARANOIA ABOUT NONSTOP DESIGN WORKERS

I AM NOT AN ARTIST

09/02/2010

BashFlash – A different kind of Flash blocker for Snow Leopard

BashFlash lets you stop the Flash plug-in dead in its tracks, letting your new-fangled Mac cool down, use less power, and give you more time to do whatever it is you do. Probably blog or tweet or something.

BashFlash – A different kind of Flash blocker for Snow Leopard

03/02/2010

Ahem – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

The first part of my post of 1 February was not an attack on Flash. It described a way of working with Flash that also supports users who don’t have access to Flash. I’ve followed and advocated that approach for 10 years. It has nothing to do with Apple’s recent decisions and everything to do with making content available to people and search engines.

Ahem – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

26/05/2009

Pretty Loaded

- a preloader museum curated by Big Spaceship -

Pretty Loaded

19/03/2009

Exploring Cufón, a sIFR alternative for font embedding ~ Authentic Boredom

Thanks to a tweet from Jason Santa Maria a few weeks ago (and his help since), I was pointed to Cufón, which “aims to become a worthy alternative to sIFR, which despite its merits still remains painfully tricky to set up and use.”

Exploring Cufón, a sIFR alternative for font embedding ~ Authentic Boredom

06/03/2009

How to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player plug-in and ActiveX control

Due to recent enhancements to the Adobe Flash Player installers, you can now remove the player only by using the Adobe Flash Player uninstaller. To remove Flash Player, simply download and run the appropriate uninstaller for your system using the steps below.

How to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player plug-in and ActiveX control

22/02/2009

This is How You Get sIFR to Work | Design Intellection

The goal of this tutorial is to distill the information at the official site for sIFR into a simple step-by-step process of how to implement sIFR on your site. After following this tutorial you will have a basic understanding of how sIFR works and will be able to expand into more advanced areas.

This is How You Get sIFR to Work | Design Intellection

22/02/2009

How to use in sIFR 3 Documentation & FAQ

Welcome to the sIFR 3 tutorial. It will help you get up and running quickly, for the juicy details see Flash Configuration and JavaScript Configuration. Please note that you’ll need the Flash 8 Editor in order to export the Flash movies.

How to use in sIFR 3 Documentation & FAQ

01/07/2008

THE ECO ZOO | ECODA!DOBUTSUEN

The Eco Zoo. If you take a close look at the animals there… you might be able to get some tips to live in a more environmentally friendly way.

THE ECO ZOO | ECODA!DOBUTSUEN

12/06/2008

ROXIK

Flash Animation Portfolio.

ROXIK

26/05/2008

Charmingwall

flash site with a very oganic flow of animated content display

Charmingwall

08/05/2008

Design and the Elastic Mind

today’s instant variations in rhythm call for something stronger: elasticity, the product of adaptability plus acceleration. Design and the Elastic Mind explores the reciprocal relationship between science and design in the contemporary world by b…

Design and the Elastic Mind

03/05/2008

Big news: Flash goes completely open! at Aral Balkan

The SWF format is now totally open. Rejoice! This is big: Adobe is removing restrictions on the use of the SWF and FLV/F4V specifications as part of their new Open Screen Project 2008.

Big news: Flash goes completely open! at Aral Balkan

24/04/2008

swfobject

What is SWFObject 2.0?

swfobject

09/11/2007

HEMA

- online winkelen

HEMA

23/10/2007

Mike Davidson – sIFR

sIFR 2.0: Rich Accessible Typography for the Masses

Mike Davidson – sIFR

08/10/2007

Mac Style PhotoFlip Gallery

Mac Style PhotoFlip Gallery This Photoshop + Flash tutorial will show you how to design a cool photo gallery as seen on AppleTV website and in many Mac application

Mac Style PhotoFlip Gallery

10/09/2007

JW Media Player

The JW Media Player (built with Adobe’s Flash) supports playback of a single media file of any format the Adobe Flash Player can handle (MP3, FLV, SWF, JPG, PNG and GIF).

JW Media Player