going ajaxy

<b> going ajaxy:</b> I’m going to be old-school when it comes to any interface design evolution at <a href=””></a>. Perhaps tapping into my preference for design that springs forth from an html minimalist tradition, the interface of communicates to me that each page is not only a display of information, but also a working document — there is no “admin” area, each page is a place I can work and view simultaneously. I just noticed tonight (it may have been a feature for a while, but I’ve just now noticed it) that is adding some subtle features to their site that only hardcore users may notice, but that add to the website-as-software-tool feeling of the site. For example, the “edit” feature has some added <a href=””>ajaxiness</a> so that you don’t have to re-load a new page to make changes — an edit box now simply slides down from the text you’d like to change. Doing things like this, rather than caving into the “redesign” temptation could mean that the team will provide a much-needed model to web designers of how fat-rounded-fonts are not what is special about what is being called Web 2.0.
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