Create a Web page full of post-it notes

This is somewhat random and I don’t know if I’ll end up using it much, but it’s interesting enough to pass along: customized stickies on a Web page. (That link points to one I just set up for my Web-Use Project. You can see the service’s main homepage here.)

Some first impressions regarding features:
1. The user should be able to change the graphic in the upper left-hand corner of the page. That’s the location where one expects to see the title of a page and it’s confusing to have the company’s general logo there. In the least, the user should be able to specify “User’s Protopage” to taylor it to the specific page a bit.
2. It’s a bit annoying to have all the links opening up in new tabs (or new windows). Why not the current one?

As I said, I’m not sure if there will be much use for this, but it’s nifty enough to try out.

One Response to “Create a Web page full of post-it notes”

  1. Frances Says:

    There is one thing that is very very annoying. I use Safari and the sire doesn’t work in that browser yet. I don’t mind that. Sometimes stuff doesn’t work in Safari and then I open Firefox and view the page in there. Now this page directs me immediately towards a site where I can download Firefox because their stickies don’t work yet in Safari. I don’t want to go there! I already have Firefox. Can’t they just give me a page that says: “Doesn’t work in Safari.” without the redirecting?

    I’ll stop rambling now… It looks nifty, but I think it’s a bit superfluous, unless you work on public computers, then you only have to remember the url for this page.