I recall recently seeing a news article about how Microsoft has extended the date when it will stop supporting Windows XP, from January 30th of next year until some undetermined point in the future.
Apple will soon be releasing the new OS X Leopard, which will be adding over 300 new features to the OS.
I’ve done a lot of usability testing in my day, but today I participated in one that was different from anything I’ve done before.
So yesterday, when I was writing about Bill Buxton’s new book, I went to Amazon.com, thinking I’d grab a picture of the cover of the book, and as a thank you to Amazon.com have the image of the book cover link to their site.
I’m about half-way through Bill Buxton’s Sketching User Experiences and, even though this book definitely is a tome (if not in size, then definitely in weight – the paper quality is very high – the book must weigh in at 5-10 lbs), it’s a fantastic read.
I’m really excited to announce a new course I’ll be teaching at Smart Experience: “Prototyping in Practice.” This will be a two-session course, in which we’ll first lay the groundwork by discussing what prototypes are–focusing on web-related prototypes–and why they matter (as in asking the question “What if we skipped the prototyping part of the design process?
Victor sent me this unofficial sneak peak presentation of Adobe Thermo presented at the MAX 2007 conference in Chicago: Be sure to also check out parts II and III of the video.