Category Archives: Uncategorized

UX Fest in London – Workshops With William Hudson and James Kalbach

Our first UX Fest London in February 2011 was a great success. It included four courses, two from William Hudson and two by me. For the November this year, we have added two brand new, thought-provoking workshops: on on agile

UX Fest in London – Workshops With William Hudson and James Kalbach

Our first UX Fest London in February 2011 was a great success. It included four courses, two from William Hudson and two by me. For the November this year, we have added two brand new, thought-provoking workshops: on on agile

Faceted Navigation: Bring Back the Dead Ends (post by Pete Bell)

Pete Bell, from Endeca, makes an interesting observation about greying out non-relevant options when filtering with facets instead of hiding them. See his post “Search Facets: Bring Back the Dead Ends.” His example comes from the B&H Photo website, and

Faceted Navigation: Bring Back the Dead Ends (post by Pete Bell)

Pete Bell, from Endeca, makes an interesting observation about greying out non-relevant options when filtering with facets instead of hiding them. See his post “Search Facets: Bring Back the Dead Ends.” His example comes from the B&H Photo website, and

Semantic Web: The Missing Pieces

Kate Ray put together an excellent short film (15 min) on the semantic web. See “Web 3.0″ on her blog. The topics covered are spot on, and the people interviewed are thought leaders in field, including Clay Shirky, David Weinberger

Semantic Web: The Missing Pieces

Kate Ray put together an excellent short film (15 min) on the semantic web. See “Web 3.0″ on her blog. The topics covered are spot on, and the people interviewed are thought leaders in field, including Clay Shirky, David Weinberger

The Problem With The Semantic Web: Usability

Check out Duane Degler’s presentation User Interfaces for the Semantic Web. In skimming it, I came across this quote from semantic web guru Ora Lassila, which comes from his blog post Semantic Web Soul Searching: After 10+ years of work into

The Problem With The Semantic Web: Usability

Check out Duane Degler’s presentation User Interfaces for the Semantic Web. In skimming it, I came across this quote from semantic web guru Ora Lassila, which comes from his blog post Semantic Web Soul Searching: After 10+ years of work into

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

Auftritt im Fools Garden – Sa. 2.5.

Hallo an alle, die in Hamburg sind. Meine Band–Helmut and the Lampshades–wird morgen am Samstag den 2.5. mit unserem neuen Programm im Fools Garden auftreten. -> Spoken-Word: Jazz-Arrangements zu den Erzählungen, so wie Songs von Neil Young und eigene Stücke.

Auftritt im Fools Garden – Sa. 2.5.

Hallo an alle, die in Hamburg sind. Meine Band–Helmut and the Lampshades–wird morgen am Samstag den 2.5. mit unserem neuen Programm im Fools Garden auftreten. -> Spoken-Word: Jazz-Arrangements zu den Erzählungen, so wie Songs von Neil Young und eigene Stücke.

3D Tag Clouds

The 3D tag cloud isn’t new, but I came across one in real life on a Sydney tours site. WordPress has been offering a 3D tag cloud for a while now, developed by Roy Tanck. I’m not a huge fan

3D Tag Clouds

The 3D tag cloud isn’t new, but I came across one in real life on a Sydney tours site. WordPress has been offering a 3D tag cloud for a while now, developed by Roy Tanck. I’m not a huge fan