July 22, 2007

July 10, 2007

July 09, 2007

Design View / Andy Rutledge - quiet structure - filed for future comment. Quick version, I agree that de-emphasizing structural elements is often a good thing (and as much as he's going out of vogue, Tufte has been emphasizing this for years.) But why does de-emphasizing the structure so often get paired with de-emphasizing the culture? In Rutledge's example the CNN site is way to quiet, it's a cold flavorless stripped down piece of alienation. A lot like an airport really. USA Today would never me my choice for a favorite site, but it least it has some character and energy.

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July 06, 2007

The iPhone User Experience: A First Touch, Tog on the iPhone

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Immersion Corporation - Mobility Overview - make a tactile feedback system that works for touch screens, interesting. Course force feedback mice have had pretty limited success despite how nice they can be. Guess the big success in this feed are game controllers, which have well integrated force feedback now.

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wayneandwax.com The Webnography of Reggaeton Faultlines Fascinating post from Wayne Marshall where he digs through one of the more fascinating posts over on this blog. No pomo.

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