Monthly Archives: November 2010
Good collection of thoughts and articles about how today’s Students’ dealing with the distraction and time-wasters in this digital age. Growing up digital, wired for distraction
China’s top five Smartphones Nokia 75.8% Motorola 9.2% Aple 5.7% HTC 3.9% Yulong 2.0%
I am still looking in to the the Project Management Themes related to the WordPress Platform, however I am not so much satisfied with any of them out there, may be I am not looking hard, however here are some my findings: P2 GTD Templatic Prologue Why I need it? Why can’t I settle with [...]
When I need to prototype the Mobile Apps, I do need the “Gesture Icons” and related templates to communicate my prototype. UX Magazine covers the Luke Wroblewski’s “Touch Gestures Reference Guide“. Looks like next time I won’t be struggling a lot to draw my own Touch Gestures.
RockMelt, I won’t use you if you wanna access my friend’s brithday, and my custom friend list. Let me use RockMelt, according to my own terms Give me an option, and enable/disable features of your RockMelt accordingly. If you need full detail and then I can use it, you know what? Forget it! Won’t bother [...]
Where: UX Book Club San Francisco Book: Web Form Design – Luke Wroblewski Date: November 16, 2010 Book structure (informal table of contents) FORM STRUCTURE The Design of Forms – Form Design matters, The impact of Form Design, Design considerations. Form Organization What to include, Have a conversation, Organizing content, Group Distinctions Path to Completion [...]
Look at that fly-out menu. It keep popping out whenever you scroll up or down. Ask me once and then on subsequent scrolling in either direction disable that menu! Don’t push user and don’t be intrusive they might hate to visit your content.
These days tap tap, flick left & right, touch and hold becomes our natural interaction on mobile devices, now here comes the Kinect, no touchy touchy all waving the gestures in the air, and making sure device attached to it do understand and translate the gestures. Then we just entering in to the “3D” Hologram [...]
Kinect is here, and it is becoming Hackers’ Delight. Check out the cool hack they did on it: http://gizmodo.com/5688319/minority-report-courtesy-of-kinect http://gizmodo.com/5687874/microsoft-kinect-hacked-to-run-on-mac-os-x Now what can be done is totally depend on your imagination, for instance as I was thinking about the possible use of Kinect in User Experience arena and here are my thoughts/ideas: The 50″ Big [...]