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OK/LukeW: Drawing a Future Together

April 1st, 2006 by Kevin Cheng :: 33 Comments

__Update:__ Yes, it was an April Fool’s. Luke has a good rundown of what things we parodied, including some classy comments from the del.icio.us announcement.

We’re very proud to announce that OK/Cancel is now a member of the [LukeW][1] family. Tons more details below and a [press release][2] over at LukeW.

So, what does this mean for OK/Cancel? Well, lots, but it’s all good. It means that for the first time ever, we’ll be able to devote ourselves to OK/Cancel full-time. And with LukeW’s design resources, we’ll be able to do all sorts of juicy new features that would’ve been too expensive or difficult on our own.

But what about the scary stuff? Let’s go through some of the big questions…

[1]:http://www.lukew.com “Functioning Form”
[2]:http://www.lukew.com/resources/articles/press_okcancel.asp

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