Archive for March, 2006

Don’t know and re-finding

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Over at Boxes and Arrows Donna Maurer explores a couple of new concepts in information seeking and how to design for them: In my work on intranets and complex websites, I noticed a range of situations where people didn’t necessarily know what they needed to know. Additionally, when I opened my browser history to look […]

Get your web 2.0 on

Friday, March 17th, 2006

Are you web 2.0 savvy? Find out… Here’s a quick quiz…we looked in 30Boxes and analyzed 37Signals that led us to come up with the 43Things below. So without further ado, can you decide… Web 2.0?

The button of doom visits Atlanta

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

The User Interface Engineering (UIE) 2006 Roadshow kicked off with it’s first venue here in Atlanta last week (February 24th). Usability guru and Founding Principal Jared Spool and Director of Instruction Christine Perfetti gave a daylong seminar on web design foundations. I’ll admit that I’m a UIE groupie, and I was excited that the Roadshow […]