How To Share Specific Bookmarks And Bookmark Folders Between Users

Every browser provides a straightforward solution to exporting and importing bookmarks but what if you only want to share some or only those from specific folders? For Chrome users, that’s not a default feature but thankfully, there are a few extensions to fill that functionality void that are free and easy to use. Disclaimer: extensions may collect some personal information while also providing functionality so be sure to review the Privacy Practices section for each extension and use that information to help inform your decision to use the extension. There are two … Read more

A Smarter Way To Crumble Browser Cookies

Clearing browser cookies is just one of those things you need to do every now and then but clearing them out in bulk can be a serious hassle, such as losing all of your saved login info. 🤬 Fortunately, there’s been a multi-step trick to use for clearing cookies on a per-URL basis but after years of consistency, the most recent Google Chrome update has changed the process (for the better). This is so useful, I recommend keeping it at the top of your bookmark list and if you use a bookmark … Read more

Using The Fitts’s Law To Become A Better Manager

This series is designed to help those working in the arts and culture sector apply user experience (UX) best practices to daily content management tasks. Using Jon Yablonski’s collection at LawsOfUX.com that gathers best practices designers consider when building user interfaces, today’s installment will focus on Fitts’s Law: the time to acquire a target is a function of the distance to and size of the target. Fitts’s Law Per lawsofux.com/fittss-law, here’s how the Fitt’s Law is defined: The time to acquire a target is a function of the distance to and size of the target. Touch … Read more