From research and scoping to implementation and management, the components of successful interface design span many specialties and practitioners. But often the most challenging problems are not about the design, they are about organizational management and people. Here is one
Thanks to the encouragement (read: demands!) of various people – especially my friend Josh who actually put together a working prototype for my site! – and the ultimate development by Daniel, knemeyer.com is now RSS-enabled. Enjoy!
Remember what it feels like to spin around and around, to the point of dizziness where you cannot see straight, are stumbling and unable to keep your feet, feeling a rush in your head and a marginally pleasant tingle in
Originally published at AIGA Recent trends in online business practices are changing our expectations of corporate websites and online services. 1. Developing nations are a rapidly rising force in business and technology. 2. The market is aggressively demanding innovative products.
Originally published at Flashability Last November, in my column “Innovating the Web Experience” on Digital Web, I wrote about “The End of Usability Culture.” where I identified the trends that presaged the rise and popularity of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs).
Brandon and Alexander spent four great days in Boston with Fran and I in early June, right after their school year ended. We had a marvelous time in this, what will likely be our last visit together in Boston. Highlights
My friend Martin Janis died recently. He was a wise, thoughtful, and witty raconteur who lived a full, public life that benefit many people. A nice obituary on his life is located here. I met Martin during my senior year
My Aunt Sharon passed away recently. She was an extraverted, energetic, optimistic person who was easy with a smile and had a generous and open nature. She died too young, and will be missed terribly by the many of us
My posting here has been sporadic over the last month: I’ve been preparing to move across the country, hosted my sons for a great visit, have spent about half the time living out of a suitcase, and now am in