The UX of Disruptive Teenagers

The boys and I were at a Bat Mitzvah, which is a religious ceremony for a 13 year old girl.  She reads in front of everyone, pray pray, sing sing, go have a giant party … Continue reading The UX of Disruptive Teenagers

The UX of Virgin America

First of all, Virgin America’s website kicks ass.  It blew my mind.  I put in the origination and the destination and it gave me the lowest prices that day and several days ahead and behind.  … Continue reading The UX of Virgin America

The UX Manifesto v1

Very often, I think people do not understand what I mean by User Experience (UX).  They think its paint that goes on AFTER a product has been defined and possibly built.  Maybe it is deciding … Continue reading The UX Manifesto v1

Mac vs PC in the Office

Quick history lesson: Apple Mac was easier. Windows 3.1 was more successful.  Apple System 7 were easier/better then Windows 3.1.  Windows 95 was as good as Mac System 7-8.  Windows 98 was a little better, maybe.  Windows … Continue reading Mac vs PC in the Office

Google Reader Link

Somebody at Google is trying to confuse me.  They keep moving the Google Reader link. Sometimes, its in the menu and sometimes it’s at the top.  I can’t deal with buttons moving.  Is that lame?  … Continue reading Google Reader Link

WordPress 2.5

Of course, I couldn’t help myself. I need my new beta software fix. Must use new software. The upgrade went flawlessly AS USUAL for WordPress. The UI is cleaned up and so far, I like … Continue reading WordPress 2.5

P-CAMP Unconference for Product Managers

I went to a conference today at Yahoo.  Nice campus.  It was P-CAMP Unconference for Product Managers. I took alot away from it.  Some learnings: There is a huge chasm between what serious Agile practitioners … Continue reading P-CAMP Unconference for Product Managers

A New Idea about Time Tracking

I’m up early again.  I get ideas in the middle of the night and need to wake up and record them. Anyway, this is a follow-up from the last post.  I think I have a … Continue reading A New Idea about Time Tracking

The UX of Time Tracking

Project management is hard work.  I feel for anyone who has to do it in the software industry.  The problem is simple.  To do any kind of prediction in project management, you need to be … Continue reading The UX of Time Tracking

Jets

The Jets have made some great free agency moves.  My general philosophy is that a team lives and dies on the line.  O-line got improved with Alan Faneca.  I expect D’Brick and Mangold to improve … Continue reading Jets