Ted Baker Online One of the better examples of an online store created entirely in Flash. Most of the (seemingly required) transitional animations run quickly and then get out of the way. The site also attempts to adhere to some basic UI standards. Some of the text is too small, but for the most part it seems to work pretty well.
Flazoom.com – Making Sure Usability ‘Fitts' Flash More stuff regarding Fitt’s law, specifically related to Flash in this case. “Flash designers can apply this law to our field because it involves the way people use their mouse (or other pointing device) to interact with the computer. Flash designers have much to gain from understanding the applications of Fitt’s Law.”
AskTog: A Quiz Designed to Give You Fitts Thinking about Flash usability made me think that many of the folks creating interfaces in Flash could use some basic interface training. Fitt’s law comes to mind. AskTog.com has a quiz which offers a good introduction.
CNET.com : Amazon, Toysrus.com team on toy e-commerce play You see, Amazon can’t do it all. I think this Amazon advantage breaking down. Ken Cassar, a research analyst at Jupiter Communications, says: “If they aren’t going to be able to do it in the toy space, there is no way they are going to be able to do it in lawn and garden and any other category outside of the core media.
The Cornucopia of the Commons: How to get volunteer labor Dan Bricklin on getting users to create valuable databases for you. Uses Napster as an example.
Putting Napster’s technology to other uses (8/08/2000) Dan Gillmore gets geeked about the possibilities of Napster-like technology.
Blogger Ok, now I don’t have to develop an entire application. Blogger has done it for me!
Date: 2017-08-30 08:01 PM Tags: josie,photography,analog Contact Sheets as Art One of the great things about medium format film is that when you make contact sheets you automatically get displayable artwork. I make two prints of each, one for the binder and one for the wall.
Date: 2017-09-01 02:44 PM Tags: apple, workflow, software Setting up a new Mac Whenever I get a new Mac, I start with a clean install and re-build and re-install everything from scratch. This is decidedly not the easiest path but it’s one that helps me think about what I need and also avoid the cruft accumulated from a year or two of use. Here is the list of apps I install when setting up a new Mac.