Wow, today is a terrible allergy day. I took a claritin, but I still feel awful. Maybe this is punishment for being mean to Katie. She deserves better. I woke up and my eyes immediately … Continue reading Bad Allergies
Women! Am I right? yes, I am right. Typically, I don’t find this sort of thing amusing, but this one really made me laugh. It made me think of Katie. She has so much crap … Continue reading Women!
I turned 36 yesterday. The day started off rough with a huge mistake I made and some scrambling to fix it. It kept going with details and a million things to deal with. I got … Continue reading The UX of 36
I can’t get this commercial out of my head. Make it stop.
Mozilla just posted a Release Candidate of Firefox 3. I had installed a beta a while back but things have changed much. The browser doesn’t crash on me anymore, but more importantly, everything that uses … Continue reading The UX of Firefox 3 (RC)
UPDATED HERE As previously posted 6 months ago, I had been working on a solid design for HTML emails that would work in every client. The design of that email worked pretty well. However, since … Continue reading Cross-client HTML Email v2
Go to http://maps.google.com and search for your house. Then click “Show search options” to the right of the search box. Notice the box “Restrict Results to:” Change the box to “Real Estate” Click search again … Continue reading The UX of Google Maps – Real Estate
I love detective work, figuring out how things work. Here is a quick sample. Rey Bango (proud new papa) posted about a plugin called ShareThis. The reason he posted it was because they are using … Continue reading ShareThis
Katie and I just finished watching Dan In Real Life. We liked the movie very much. It was a little formulaic, but the direction, acting and writing were good enough to overcome the formula. The … Continue reading Dan in Real Life
Rachel Luxemburg was kind enough to forward me this report from Jakob Nielsen on how people read on the web. I have always known that people do not read a web page the way they … Continue reading The UX of Web Reading