Monday, May 22nd, 2006
Creating an interface for your Ajax application is half of the struggle, so what is a graphically challenged individual supposed to do? Thankfully, there are resources like Buttonator.com out there to save the day.
Buttonator is not about mid 90â€™s online button creation; it has taken a simple idea and made it useable for real web users and designers in the year 2006. Buttonator is becoming a tool that designers want to use!
Not only does the tool allow you to create customized buttons on the fly, but plans are in the works to allow designers to provide “button templates” uploaded to the site to aid in creation of buttons to match your site anytime and anywhere (even by anyone).
You can choose from 15 different button styles, 8 different fonts, and tons of colors for the font and background colors (you can even specify them as HTML color codes). It’s definitely a good resource, and if they can pull off the “button management” options they’re looking for, it will grow even more.
Posted by Chris Cornutt at 7:30 am