harpmanJoined on 02 May 2012
When you write, try to focus on topics you know well, and write as though you are having a conversation with one other person.
Use a timer on your thermostat, and set it to turn the heating down a few degrees when everyone will be out of the house.
What to do if you have writer's block: Write the topic down and a list of sub-topics to help get you started.
Avoid CAPTCHAs at all costs. There are alternative solutions out there, such as the Honeypot Trap or math questions, which can block 99.9% of spam.
Most users scan web page content versus reading everything on the page so make sure your page is scannable. Contrast in type helps.
Add on-page hints and calls to action for users to notice and perform in order to help them achieve their goals.
Split large forms into wizard form with steps and clear labeling. This tip can be taken into larger context under the idea of "progressive disclosure"
Split your global CSS file in two if it contains a lot of big data URI's. One for styles, the other for data URI's. Aggressively cache data URI's.
Studies have shown that Prickly Pear Cactus extract can significantly help reduce hangover symptoms such as nausea.
Try "Intervention" hangover recovery formula. A drink specifically for hangover recovery. They have a website at www.drinkintervention.com
Get feedback on your designs using sites like FeedbackRoulette.com UsabilityHub.com, UserTesting.com and Usabilla.com
Don't overwork yourself and start to sweat in cold weather, otherwise you'll get cold and risk hypothermia.