Tag Archives: interactive design

to flash or not to flash

although this is an older posting, I think it’s approach regarding when and where to flash your stuff in your web design is worth considering. http://blog.deconcept.com/2006/03/13/modern-approach-flash-seo/

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interactive style

As noted in my update (scroll down to “Scotty”) my kitty litter musings have led me on a delicious journey through NY Times John Biggs articles. He may turn out to be my first RSS feed. Someone has taken the … Continue reading

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olpc vision

Videos So you want to start a revolution? Education Open-Source Vision (Ted Talks): Nicholas Negroponte on OLPC open-source hardware education project vision Richard Baraniuk on open-source learning sources Sir Ken Robinson on creative capacity Iqbal Quadir on the mobile phone … Continue reading

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“Crash!” Dreamweaver 9…or was it Mac

What a time to reflect on Nielsen’s heuristics and Shneiderman’s Eight Golden Rules! I just spent the weekend battling Dreamweaver and wandering the misty marshes of Adobe troubleshooting land. Let’s begin at the beginning, LAST weekend. A relative newbie to … Continue reading

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Design Storytelling

Yves Behar Founder of Fuseproject and the slightly more than a $100 dollar laptop, Mr. Behar describes his design approach as “the fusing of storytelling and fluidity, where the potential for technology and poetry, commerce and culture merge with the … Continue reading

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interactive art projects

I enjoyed last nights guest speaker, Joel S. Kollin.  His projects stimulated the memory of a site I found earlier last year spotlight . It is an interactive project making use of light, sound and human behavior. Not “art” per … Continue reading

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Synch me up Scotty…

Our team had a few technological unintended-cultural-outcome pet peeves we wanted to modify in our society.  Device: Cellphones Take away: Cellphone users ability to annoy. Solution: Some method of area disruptor-either carried on person or location based to Filter out … Continue reading

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