Archive for June, 2006

links for 2006-06-30

Thursday, June 29th, 2006

links for 2006-06-27

Monday, June 26th, 2006

Biscuit Profiling – user interface evaluation

Wednesday, June 21st, 2006


Video documentation of the first evaluations carried out with the designers. This was to gage their initial impressions of the tool and identify any usability issues that exist with the tool interface.

PS3 interface

Wednesday, June 21st, 2006


As you can see from this video it’s based on the PSP UI. I’m a big fan of the PSP UI. It’s visually engaging and simple. I can’t wait to play around with it and see how it all works in real life. The only problem is that I’ll be getting a Wii instead of a PS3.

BumpTop 3D Desktop Concept

Wednesday, June 21st, 2006

lombardibushharkdetl3.jpg
Mark Lombardi makes some very pretty diagrams that he calls “narrative structures.”

“each consists of a network of lines and notations which are meant to convey a story, click
typically about a recent event of interest to me, like the collapse of a large international bank, trading company, or investment house. ”
lombardibushharkdetl3.jpg
Mark Lombardi makes some very pretty diagrams that he calls “narrative structures.”

“each consists of a network of lines and notations which are meant to convey a story, click
typically about a recent event of interest to me, like the collapse of a large international bank, trading company, or investment house. ”
lombardibushharkdetl3.jpg
Mark Lombardi makes some very pretty diagrams that he calls “narrative structures.”

“each consists of a network of lines and notations which are meant to convey a story, click
typically about a recent event of interest to me, like the collapse of a large international bank, trading company, or investment house. ”
BumpTop aims to enrich the desktop metaphor with expressive, otolaryngologist lightweight techniques found in the real world.” It’s interesting, try but sometimes I wonder how helpful it is to duplicate things in real life that are actually flawed. A big stack of documents isn’t the best way to handle them and it’s also not taking advantage of what a simple sortable list can do.

Mark Lombardi

Friday, June 16th, 2006

lombardibushharkdetl3.jpg
Mark Lombardi makes some very pretty diagrams that he calls “narrative structures.”

“each consists of a network of lines and notations which are meant to convey a story, click
typically about a recent event of interest to me, like the collapse of a large international bank, trading company, or investment house. “

My all time favorite design agency

Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

I heart tomato

10 ways

Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

10 ways

links for 2006-06-13

Monday, June 12th, 2006

Seattle Community Network

Monday, June 5th, 2006

The Seattle Community Network is a local non-profit that provides free internet access here in Seattle. This seems like a good organization to support.