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Archive/museum for websites? Sep 7, 12, 10:31 a.m.
Is there any place or system that's doing a good job of caching significant (or potentially significant) pieces of interactive design?
Looking back through http://www.linkdup.com (a popular destination design-y websites a long time ago), there's a great list of experimental websites from the late 90's/early 2000's, that all seem to be dead links now.
I'd love to see some of that old work, and to see that it's being archived for future generations of designers to snicker at, or be inspired by.
Did you know? Oct 10, 12, 5:53 p.m.
You can set tab stops in Photoshop by setting up your tabs in Illustrator, then copy text and paste into paragraph box in Photoshop?
Works in CS3, not sure if it works below that, but I'm pretty happy to find that out.
no more space space space space when mocking up tabular data.