Eric Meyer has a great write-up about how diverse the rendering of line-height: normal is across browsers. Complete with a test page that allows you to see what happens to the value of line-height normal as different fonts and font-sizes are selected.
A nice review of Silverback, the new user testing development tool created by the geniuses over at Clearleft. Personally, I haven’t had a chance to play with it yet, as it is only available for Macs and I am still laboring away on a PC. From everything I’ve heard though, looks like a fantastic tool.
Just a bit more Clearleft love here. Andy Budd continues his series of posts looking at design artifacts with a look at the value and importance of performing a content audit.
Finally, though I’m a bit late on mentioning it, I’d be remiss if I didn’t say something about the release of UserVoice, home grown here in Wisconsin. UserVoice allows you to provide a way for users of a site, application, anything really, to discuss and vote on changes and features. In addition to being useful right out of the box, there are some cool additions to the product being looked at like OpenId support and perhaps an API.