Now that the new android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich, has arrived, many people (especially developers) are breathing a sigh of relief. There are many different devices and carriers out there and each have their own devices. Each hardware company has their own bloatware *ahem* I mean, dynamic interface, laid on top of the OS. Take [...]
Live Code now supports desktop, iOS & Android, all with one code base. It’s Flash for application development. They say it will even take advantage of each OS’s specific features.
There are various reasons why usability problems exist in the first place—some simple and some complex. Identifying problems and recommending solutions is not always enough. Unfortunately, the same factors that cause problems in the first place also hinder their getting fixed. The following are some of the most common reasons why usability problems don’t get [...]
Some ideas on professional development, learning and growing within your area of expertise, or even expanding your horizons to include those skills that are associated with your field. This list was taken from an article on UX Matters about Career Alternatives to Management These are generally good for all professions, but are applied here to [...]
As a technology consultant at Achieve Kids, I am often the GO-TO Guy for technology outside the scope of the workplace. Sometimes this can be annoying, but when its about mobile phones, touch and gestural interfaces like the exciting Microsoft Xbox Natal gaming idea, and Apple products, I am happy to oblige and “geek out” [...]