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Working with Sketch Flow

Monday, July 13th, 2009

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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The official release of Silverlight 3 and Expression Studio 3 was last Friday and I’m really excited about how these products have been evolving. My favorite new feature is Sketch Flow, mind which I’ve been playing around with for a little while now and have found it to be a great way to build dynamic prototypes.  From my previous post on Wireframe Prototype Fidelity I would have added a bit on Sketch Flow if the product had existed at the time.  I think it fits a gap in the tools of the UX professional who works on rich interactive applications.  For myself I was either building static images in OmniGraffle or Adobe Illustrator or I was mocking things up in HTML with JavaScript.  Sometimes I’ve built stuff using Flash or even modeling and rendering an animation in 3D tools like Maya to best get the concept across. I think Sketch Flow really brings it all together for a quick way to rough out the experience. My favorite part is how Sketch Flow lets you put in fake data driven content. It’s hard to explain how awesome this is, read more to get a good understanding check out the video below.

Check out this great video introduction to using Sketch Flow from Mix earlier this year:
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To keep up to date be sure to follow the Silverlight team blog, Soma’s blog and Scott Guthrie’s blog

Visualizing Traveling Tweets

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.
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Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, which I’m a huge fan of.

Understanding the Tenth Dimension

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

from The Tenth Dimension

What is information? What is architecture?

Friday, June 5th, 2009

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

This is a short film by MAYA Design about information:

Information from MAYAnMAYA on Vimeo.

And, no rx here’s another about what is architecture:

Architecture from MAYAnMAYA on Vimeo.

New wave of interaction

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

Cat on a hot plastic Roomba

Monday, May 18th, 2009

I can’t help but smile every time I see this video

Microsoft’s Cannon P.I.

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Found this video on YouTube about the Microsoft Web Platform, gynecologist
the Web Platform Installer, ambulance
and the Windows Web Application Gallery. Starring Scott Guthrie and Soma.  Great work.

I actually saw them filming this on campus one day, but had no idea what this guy running around in a Hawaiian shirt was all about.

Happy Up Here

Thursday, February 26th, 2009


The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.

The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.

The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.
This music video for Röyksopp’s Happy Up Here, this Directed by Reuben Sutherland is amazing. Reuben, buy more about you are my newest hero.


Happy Up Here from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

Did You Know 3.0 -2008 Latest Edition

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

This is a nice presentation of information. The only thing I disagree with is comparing myspace users to the size of a country. That falls in to the apples to oranges comparison category for me.

That’s no Hologram

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008


On CNN last night we saw people making their appearance “via hologram” except that it wasn’t any such thing at all. It was all a trick done in video. They couldn’t be seen in real life by the people in the studio. Still an impressive technology.

Even more so though would have been the use of the actual technology that does in fact exist as you can see from the video below.