I like small details in software. Here’s a nice one I spotted the other day: The Amazon Kindle app for iPad changes its background depending on the hour of the day. It even has some very nice effects, for instance, when switching to the night view, a falling star flies by. Small details and nice… Read more »
Posts Tagged: usability
As seen in a Berlin hotel: Whoever made these things needs to re-read his usability 101 book.
Part of Telenet‘s digital TV offering is Yelo, an online service where you can schedule recordings. It even works on your phone and on the iPad, which means you never miss your favorite programs. Not home when it starts? Log in online, quickly schedule a recording and continue to enjoy life. Beautiful feature! Except it… Read more »
Last summer, at GCDS, I had some very pleasant developer-designer interaction experiences. I blogged about this. A week ago the annual Libre Graphics Meeting was organized in Brussels and again there was a very good cooperation between designers and developers. This post describes my experiences there and is the second in a hopefully long series… Read more »
Dear higher powers, Could we please have a GNOME usability hackfest every year or so? The magic that comes out of those is awesome. That will be all.