Archive for October, 2006

The world has changed

Monday, October 9th, 2006

While this weblogg-ed piece is about secondary school teachers, substitute “directors of admission” for principals, and you’re going to have a similar digital/social communications divide: Marco had his kids list all of the ways they have to receive, produce, share or broadcast information. The list, as you can imagine, is long. Then, he had his […]

Wireframes, now in living color

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006

In web design wireframes are typically “line art” diagrams of pages showing proposed navigation labels, functional elements, and areas for content and images. They are often used in early usability testing and can evolve into more technical documents for use by the developers later in the cycle. They can be rough or detailed, tossed together […]