I upload photos to Flickr. I’m old school like that.
I must admit, at first I had my doubts about whether or not I’d be cycling Kalgoorlie. I visited the Museum of Western Australia and found this remarkable precursor to the modern Cervelo, built with wheels from old boxes, “tyres” from old meat tins, and forks fashioned from mulga wood…
And now, as promised, the link-laced follow-up to this week’s “Four Perspectives on delivering ‘Return on Experience.’” Our UX Gurus on the panel were: Susan Greenfield, a Senior UX Designer at Infusion Ernie Taylor, a Project Manager at Infusion Bill Baldasti, the VP of Canadian Accounts for Infusion Daniel Cox, an Interactive Designer at Frozen… Continue reading Four Perspectives on Delivering ‘Return on Experience’ Follow-up Notes
My Dell Studio 17 does not have an “Application Key” – the key that usually sits beside the Windows key and behaves like right-clicking the mouse on a UI element. I have no idea why Dell chose to omit one of the most useful keys on the keyboard, especially for laptop users, who pay a… Continue reading Productivity Tip: Re-map Caps Lock to the Application Key