Extensive article about visual mapping and information architecture in SharePoint environments.
All icons and images neatly categorized and sorted. Handy for dashboards or other occasions where you might need an icon to beautify things.
Extensive MSDN articles on branding and customizing SharePoint.
Nice little script that disables items in the Actions menu of a list or library.
Ten usage proposals for SharePoint in a law firm, all of them also applicable to other sectors.
Very comprehensive first part of an article series focussed on stylesheets and what you can do with them in a SharePoint environment.
Update: Here are the other parts:
A walkthrough of an actual SharePoint user test case, which includes card shuffling, user personas, and pre-defined tasks.
Before switching to individual links – which goes well with my new tumble-oriented style of updating this blog – I have to work off the links i collected last week. Let’s start with SharePoint and some hands-on articles about different aspects of SharePoint:
- Show/Hide Multiple Web Parts
A tutorial on how to to create a view/web part toggle menu in SharePoint
- Custom Field – Upload Files and Images
Integrate an upload-field in your lists and libraries
- Controlling Single Web Parts with CSS
How to style web parts with CSS
- Editing Themes with SharePoint Designer
Exactly what the title says
- Common Date Time formulas for Sharepoint – Calculated Fields
Formula examples to calculate date and time in calculated fields
Besides these links, some interesting articles were also published recently: