A group calling themselves Information Esthetics have formed to examine “making data meaningful” with an expansive view on how that happens.
NYC Subway metrocard slots Mike Lee sparked my interest in observing how many different ways designers tell us to insert a card into a machine.
I just discovered the work of Mark Allen Nakamura who designed some of the old Quokka Sports site, still one of the most daring and bold layouts to appear on a mainstream site.
David Heller will be giving a free talk at the Parsons Design Lab this Thursday: What is Interaction Design (IxD)?
Someday in the not-too-distant future I will start pestering you all with urges to start leveraging auditory interfaces.
I knew Christina was moving Widgetopia to Drupal, but I didn’t realize the community had already jumped onboard and was contributing widgets.
Andy Hertzfeld, of the original Macintosh team, writes about the prototype of Vista: a prototype for OSAF’s Networked Personal Information Manager.
Here’s some wonderful sketches of the Macintosh interface evolution that span back to the Lisa prototypes.
Using the Help Viewer in Mac OS X I wondered in frustrated amazement that they didn’t include a back button to return to the search results list of documents.