This is my archive

Buttons and Forms.

I’ve been reading through Luke Wroblewski’s excellent Web Form Design: Filling In the Blanks over the past week, and I’m finding a lot of excellent… Read More

The Sunk Cost Fallacy.

Are you addicted to Farmville or Mafia Wars? Do you feel guilty for spending hours on a “free” game but guiltier still for thinking about… Read More

Got Good UX Designers?

Good fresh-out-of-school UX Designers are tough to find. Why?  Because a UX Designer can only be taught so much, the rest needs to be learned. Read More


Andres sent around some links last week and during a little downtime this morning I started diving further into some of them. One post… Read More

Google Chrome OS Test Subjects Needed

So last night I was on my home (riding the bus) and saw this tweet from Google. Upon further inspection, Google is asking for test… Read More

Clutter = Overload

I was looking for something to write about this morning, and this awesome link dropped into my lap, something that’s been brewing in my head… Read More

On Target Usability

  Today I got in a fight at Rite Aid – don’t worry, not with another customer but with the razor dispenser. The plastic… Read More

The Role of UI: Why Design Matters

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore “Design” is one of those words that we… Read More

Designing for the iPad

Unless you’ve been living in an old mayonaise jar, you’ve probably heard about this “magical and revolutionary” new device revealed by Apple on January 27th… Read More

Affordance Vs Natural Mapping

Ted and I were talking about some of the reading he is doing for school (he just started the Human-Centered Computing Graduate program at… Read More