So, while I might be pretty awful at posting here, here, or here, I’ve started posting over on the official Lulu blog. My first two posts focus on some of the widgets I helped build while with the community team at Lulu: Customizing the Lulu Mini-Storefront with CSS Meet the Lulu Mini-Storefront Widgets
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March 10th, 2008 · No Comments
February 21st, 2008 · No Comments
| View | Upload your own Slides from my presentation on remote usability tools (UserVue and Ethnio) at the last TriUPA event of 2007. Note: Since I gave this presentation, Ethnio has re-launched focusing on live recruiting. While Ethnio doesn’t really facilitate remote usability tests anymore, it’s a very nice complement to tools like UserVue.
October 30th, 2007 · No Comments
I gave a talk last week at the inaugural meeting of Refresh the Triangle called “Building User-Centered Web Apps in a Crunch.” The main part of talk was based on Jakob Nielsen’s “Guerilla HCI” ideas, with a sprinkling of ideas from the Agile UCD movement. It was, more or less, my first public speaking gig, [...]
September 5th, 2007 · No Comments
Khoi Vinh: There’s also another, more formal idea at work on A Brief Message: the notion that online publications don’t necessarily need to be decorated databases. They can be art directed, too. This past week Liz Danzico and Khoi Vinh launched a much lauded new site called A Brief Message. The goal of the site, [...]
August 15th, 2007 · 1 Comment
I decided to jump on a bunch of bandwagons all at the same time, so I updated my homepage using jQuery for some amazing (stupid) animations and hCard to embed my contact info in to the page. Check out the site for yourself, or convert the hCard to vCard.
June 25th, 2007 · No Comments
I once heard someone call South by Southwest “spring break for geeks.” Well, there’s nothing like empirical evidence, so I tagged along with the Lulu.com community team to investigate South by Southwest (SXSW) for myself. Held annually in Austin, TX, SXSW is a film festival, music festival, and “interactive” festival all rolled in to one [...]
June 19th, 2007 · 1 Comment
Well, now that DCampSouth has come and gone, and I’ve had some time to think back over the experience, I wanted to share some thoughts and lessons learned in organizing the event. Overall, I think the event went off very well, and I’d love to do it again next year. Lessons Learned Pizza is cheap [...]
June 5th, 2007 · No Comments
Well, DCampSouth has come and gone, and I (personally) think it went off very well. Of course, I’m hardly an impartial observer… A huge thanks to Greg Corrin and Christin Phelps, who helped me organize the event. There wouldn’t have been a DCampSouth without them. Thanks yet again to the organizers and attendees at the [...]
May 28th, 2007 · No Comments
DCampSouth is this Saturday! Time: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM Date: June 2nd, 2006 Place: School of Communication Arts, Raleigh, NC DCampSouth, the unconference for everyone interested in design and user experience, is this Saturday! I hope I’ll see you at the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh this weekend, but first I wanted share [...]
April 24th, 2007 · No Comments
It’s official, DCampSouth will happen on Saturday, June 2nd at the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh, NC. Date: June 2, 2007 Place: School of Communication Arts What happens next? Well, it’s time to spread the word about DCampSouth. You can help us out by posting information to weblogs, groups, and mailing lists. Let you [...]