When I was a teenager I remember being very frustrated with products and computers. Back in the 80s and 90s you had to read instruction booklets, there was no escaping them. You had little chance of getting anything to work without first suffering a long read of an overly complex instruction manual….
I stumbled across this site the other day, which was a presentation from SXSW, which is an awesome conference over in the states (USA). As you all know, I used to do a lot of IA and UX work in the past, plus I love to draw too, so I found this particularly cool. All […]
Day 2 was for me, not as enjoyable as Day 1, but none the less, was still quite informative and because I had to leave early, much more rushed. Michal Migurski’s – @migurski keynote was very cool and was good to see another infographic/visualisation geek like me, but this guy runs rings around me. I […]
– Developing in Linux is so bloody difficult, it is now is referred to as “Ghetto Linux” – Dual core systems are the future, so I must learn more about multi-threading – I have no idea what “vectorization” really means – Maybe I should think about buying Apple stock, oh wait I need that money […]
I have a theory, and I wonder if it can be proven. As I am looking for an IA job, I’ve talked with a lot of people who feel that there are fewer information architects today than there were during the dot com peak. And in terms of visibility outside the field, that perception is […]