Making interfaces attractive is a priority when creating web applications. When it came to uploading a file, it got pretty ugly. There were no simple or standard ways to modify the Browse button for user. Things have changed quite a bit from a design and development standpoint. FancyUpload is the proof of that change.
Web forms have become something of an art to designers, with literally thousands of them creating their own style and improving the forms user interface that much more. However, if creating web forms has been seeming dull lately, it’s time to take a look at this. This is one of those simple tools that in the blink of an eye empowers you to do so much more.
Let’s be honest, you don’t need a massive, overly-complicated, feature-drunk WYSIWYG editor to write a blog post or update your “About Me” section. What you do need is a WYSIWYG that won’t add massive amounts of code simply hitting the space bar. NicEdit was created to fix all that… and maybe a bit more.
Contact forms are a great way to hide your email address from those pesky crawlers while giving your visitor an easy way to contact you. And since Ajax is becoming more prevalent than beautiful women in Sweden (maybe not that prevalent), Eric Renkai created a great Ajax-powered contact form using the all powerful jQuery framework.