As it becomes easier and easier for designers to pack more features into the little boxes they want us to buy, it’s going to become more and more important to ask the questions about which features should be included and how will those features improve our lives. This is what experience design is all about.
MashupCamp has commenced. Jared wishes he could be there.
For those folks still wrapping their heads around the whole “Web 2.0 thing”, Josh has created a page called simply:
Phillips has a new lab that feels like it’s modelled after the TV show Big Brother
Josh senses another watershed moment for online mapping after seeing an amazing example of the new Yahoo Maps beta in action.
Browser stats for the Brain Sparks blog show that Firefox leads the way…making the question of developing for IE-only meaningless.
CSS Beauty: CSS Design Showcase I’ve talked about CSS Zen Garden here. Like Zen Garden, CSS Beauty is a nice showcase of what can be done with CSS. Unlike Zen Garden, CSS Beauty shows it with real sites and allows designers to comment and discuss the various approaches and techniques. Plus, the news and announcements [...]
In case you missed it, Josh and Richard McManus have another installment of their Web 2.0 column out on Digital Web: Let’s take a closer look. Consider the following text: Web 2.0 Design: Bootstrapping the Social Web By Richard MacManus & Joshua Porter Humans can instantly recognize this as a title and authors of a [...]
Usually, we’re not like this. We don’t get too excited about the new technologies that are introduced. After all, we never really got excited about mobile computing. Or, ubiquitous technology. Or, speech technology. Or, rich media. Or, tablet computers. None of these things excited us enough to really pay attention. When clients would come to [...]