Making stuff as a founder of Avocado. Former music-maker. Tuna melt advocate. Started Google Reader. (But smarter people made it great.)

Six Apart redesigns. I love it.

The new Six Apart design is gorgeous, useful, and degrades very, very well. (I just tested it on Moz, Firefox, Safari, IE6, IE5.5, IE 5.01, NS 4.77, NS 4.08, NS 3.04 Gold, Opera 7+, and Lynx.)

The NS 3.04 Gold Javascript errors are plentiful ... but what'cha gonna do? I suspect that both of those users are somewhat used to that pain.

(Kidding. Since I can verify from Google logs that there are exactly twenty-seven Gold users. And they all live in Milwaukee. Weird.)

Anyway, go have a look. It's useful-tastic!
posted at February 15, 2005, 12:26 PM


  • At 2:17 PM, Blogger Joe said…

    I'll be dollars to donuts that the Milwaukee ones are a school or public library that hasn't upgraded their PCs in ages.

  • At 11:41 AM, Anonymous Brennan Stehling said…

    I worked for a large corporation in Milwaukee as a consultant and I bet those 27 users work there. That company standardized on Netscape 4 as a web platform for internal applications a long time ago and simply did not move forward for a long, long time. They did it so that the limited Javascript they used would at least work for all users. When I worked there they explained the cost of upgrading 10,000 users would be about $100 apiece due to time for a tech to do the install and to also train each user. But they did finally standardize on MSIE 6.0 something this past year. Maybe some users did not get the memo.


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