Four Perspectives on Delivering ‘Return on Experience’ Follow-up Notes

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

TechDays 2008: Silverlight Samurai Skills

Thanks to everyone who came out to my Silverlight Samurai Skills presentations this morning in Toronto, and to Microsoft Canada for inviting me to present at this event. When the Canadian team does events, they do them really big – and really well! I hope you found the sessions useful and engaging.  They certainly provided… Continue reading TechDays 2008: Silverlight Samurai Skills

I maded you a FractLOL…

… and then I Silverlit it! Is alternately a LOLQuilt, a ROFLMosaic, or a Deep LOL! :) Here is the full screen version. Click, drag, shift-click and use the mouse wheel to see that the image is made of over 10,000 LOLCats (there are 2,442 unique images here). How this came to be? The kittehs… Continue reading I maded you a FractLOL…

NLarge v1.1.2 (once more, with feeling, multimon and text annotation support)

Barry‘s teaching a course this week and noticed that NLarge didn’t support multimon – or rather, it always zoomed in on the primary monitor. So NLarge got another update. Good thing I don’t sleep! Changelist: Added Multimonitor support – zooms in on the monitor currently containing the mouse pointer. Added Text support – annotate zoomed-in… Continue reading NLarge v1.1.2 (once more, with feeling, multimon and text annotation support)