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Lately, Sleighdogs have been working from three different countries, literally from all around the world. And likewise, our links come from all corners of the internet. As always, we’re bringing you your dose of design, tech, and more.
And interesting look at how the UI can make you perceive the very same content differently.
A website that helps use the Comic Sans font appropriately.
An article about the importance of building products for the results rather than for their features.
A behind the scenes video of the building process of the special trailer for the Trailer Assist video.
Are cereals for breakfast boring? Definitely not when served by the Lego Cheerios Machine that is powered by the Lego Mindstorm electronic pieces.
A post listing several ways of doing A/B tests on websites getting less than 5–10 conversions a week without having to wait for the results for months.
A nifty plugin allowing the use of badges in your favicon.
A collaborative commnity-sourced production company established by Joseph Gordon Lewitt.
A bot allowing you to leverage the functionality of Google Analytics within Slack.
From now on, Quora is letting companies incentivize great answers to their questions by paying cash to whomever they think answered best.
We’re suckers for witty and imaginative 404 pages. The one on Bernie Sanders’s website is a proof that even a simple 404 page can be personal.
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