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Summary of SPARK UX
Software Architects have a tough job. They need to be experts in mapping business needs to technology, understanding the IT organization, and domain specific areas such as service orientation, workflow, security etc. One of the areas that often gets overlooked however is User Experience (UX). If many...
6 Oct 2006
Hitting the WPF Curve (a.k.a. Falling off the WPF Cliff)
Learning WPF can be hard. Even if you have experience with Windows Forms or SWING, many concepts in WPF/XAML are very different and require a total brainwash before you can even put a button on a form. In his blog, Karsten calls this the WPF Curve and offers several resources to help. Being on...
25 Aug 2006
SPARK UX 1 - 3 Oct, Half Moon Bay, CA
SPARK UX the two faces of design A FORUM TO EXPLORE THE INTERSECTION OF ARCHITECTURE AND EXPERIENCE DESIGN Too often today, software products and interactive experiences fall short of their potential because the user experience does not serve the interests of its users. The engineering...
10 Aug 2006
Launching Applications in Vista 5472
Scott has a great post about replacing “start/run” to launch applications quickly – I’ve used a number of the tools he lists in the past to find optimal ways of launching applications. One of the options he does miss however is the new start menu in Vista, which now contains a field for entering search...
8 Aug 2006
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