Post bem interessante do Jason Fried (Basecamp) sobre como ele projeta suas aplicações web.
By the way, there's no Save command in Aperture. As you make changes, those changes are recorded in a SQL database.Pra que botão save meu deus! Até que enfim! É o fim da ditadura do save! O Aperture simplesmente grava todas as tuas ações de forma não-destrutiva. Infinitos undos. Você nunca perde nada. Parabéns, Apple!
With QuickTime 7 Pro, you can create your own videos that will play on the new iPod. Already have great home movies you want to play on your iPod? No problem. QuickTime 7 Pro helps you easily convert them to a format that iPod understands.* Just follow these easy instructions and you'll be watching your own video on your iPod in no time.
When planning the next release of the Microsoft Office system of products, we took on the challenge of making the core Microsoft Office applications easier to work with. Taking into account extensive usability data and recent advancements in hardware and software, the team has delivered the most significant update to the Microsoft Office user interface (UI) in more than a decade.Tenha medo. Tenha muito medo. Via USEIT.COM.
It's one thing to talk about--and execute--a user-focused approach when you're a small company or an independent contractor. But what if you are, in fact, a fish in a sea as vast as, say, Microsoft? Can you hope to make a difference? Or does working at the "DarkStar" suck the soul from any employee with a passionate users bent?
The main source of input is nothing short of unexpected and untraditional. It is essentially a wireless, square remote that works something like a computer mouse would in 3D space. Imagine sticking your hand into a virtual box and having your TV understand how it's moving in there. Now you're getting the idea.
Here's some more Nintendo Revolution controller pr0n for ya, plus a few more details on how the thing actually works: its main features are going to include 3D pointing, via internal sensors that pick up the directionality of the controller. Similarly, it will also be tilt sensitive.
Our jaws just droped when we first heard this headphone. You have to understand how bad cheap, big, sealed cans usually sound, but Sennheiser got it amazingly right with the sound of these cans. Sure they are a bit uneven, but they just sparkle and sing in an unusually good way. These are the perfect headphone to give as a gift because the reciever will always be amazed at how good they sound; and they are the perfect headphone for comercial uses like museums and dental chairs first becase they are cheap, and then because your clients will appreciate the plesant experience of good sound.
You really have to see it in action before you can see how amazingly useful this is. The Fold N' Drop interface lets you manage your windows as if they were stacks of papers on a desk. You first grab the file you want to move, and then you can lift corners and peek under, you can leaf through them, one by one, until you find the window you want and drop your file right in.
These sink-fixtures from Germany\'s Hansa have temperature-sensors that light up different LEDs to indicate the water temp, and replace the traditional tube-shaped spout with a trough that exposes the water as it courses out.
OK/Cancel is a comic strip collaboration co-written and co-illustrated by Kevin Cheng and Tom Chi. Our subject matter focuses on interfaces, good and bad and the people behind the industry of building interfaces - usability specialists, interaction designers, human-computer interaction (HCI) experts, industrial designers, etc.