Items tagged with button

Related tags: feedicon gnome realworld oscommerce blogstickers

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When usability goes horribly wrong

October 30, 2006 - 53 words
Joseph Scott has an interesting button at his office.
Also tagged as: documentation josephscott realworld usability

Universal feed icon blog button

February 4, 2006 - 23 words , 3 comments
I’ve created an 80x15 blog button that uses the new-ish universal feed icon. Feel free to steal it and advertise your feed.
Also tagged as: feedicon rss

OSCommerce button set

October 3, 2003 - 54 words , 8 comments
A replacement set of buttons for OSCommerce
Also tagged as: gnome gpl oscommerce

Button Maker

May 20, 2003 - 28 words , 27 comments
Bill Zeller created a very cool web application that creates blog stickers with any text and colors you want, so I put together a user interface to it.
Also tagged as: blogstickers

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