Posts filed under “UX design”

Be Careful What You Wish For

How many blog posts out there start with “It’s been a while…”? Well, it has been a while. And with good reason. A dramatic amount of stuff has changed in my life this year, and with so much change, I haven’t known where to start. So I’ll start with the changes themselves… In January I […]

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Smart Hotel

A smart use of Twitter: I’m at the Information Architecture Summit, being held this year in the beautiful Peabody Hotel in Memphis. As usual at such geek gatherings, there’s a healthy backchannel running on twitter under the hash tag #ias09. The hotel is following the stream, and answering our questions, such as: Who serves good […]

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The /message

Back in July I mentioned that I’m writing for Stowe Boyd’s blog, /message. He’d invited me and a few others to post regularly, but after a trial period – in which we guest bloggers were pretty slack, especially compared to Stowe’s firehose posting power – he decided to go back to solo blogging. Over the […]

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Designing the Message

Just before Stowe Boyd asked me to blog on /message last week, he sent me this tweet: hey bro. Nice Tumblr template. I am interested in a reworking of my /Message typepad stuff. Ideas? Costs? Stowe and I met, very briefly, last year at Reboot. I was impressed by his talk and we exchanged a […]

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