One of past Apple World Developers Conference keynote that highlights companie’s top achievements made me realise once again that truly useful innovations don’t always depend on inventing the new piece of hardware or writing an ingenious chunk of code. Being able to use different signatures for multiple email accounts on an iPhone might be just… Continue reading The Kind of Innovation I Like
[…]Wikipedia articles, which are so densely sprinkled with tantalizing links that it requires real discipline to read an article to the end without leaping away. Josh Clark in “Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps” It’s the Internet, but nobody likes links. People don’t appreciate it when you put a help link instead of providing help right away… Continue reading Nobody Likes Links
While browsing the web, I naturally move from one site to another… And often-times get carried away or dive too deep. :)
Renaming is one of the most basic functions in any OS. So why don’t they put it in every program that creates and edits files?
Luke Wroblewski’s ‘Web Form Design’ is a great practical book for anyone designing web forms. It will save you loads of time and can easily be used for supporting your decisions at the board…
Designing interfaces by Jenifer Tidwell was my first book that had ‘interface’ in its title. It was an interesting read and provided a number of good ideas, brought some things in my head in order…
Reading Bill Scott and Theresa Neil‘s ‘Designing Web Interfaces‘ was fun and very useful. I applied a lot of advice while reading the book and got lots of ideas for future improvements of my product. While keeping the chapters brief and very practical, authors managed to list lots of truly relevant patterns, highlighting pros and… Continue reading ‘Designing Web Interfaces’ Book Review