Monthly Archives: April 2011

Is your Apple Magic Trackpad giving you RSI?

This isn’t a review as such, because I believe such things are so subjective and personal that it’d be meaningless for me to recommend it or otherwise. However, when I received my shiny new iMac i7 (with monster spec) just … Continue reading

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Some useful wireframing resources

Some of you might find this useful – it’s a collection of useful templates and resources that you can use for your prototypes. Here’s a link – and thanks to SpeckyBoy design magazine for putting this together.

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Getting the right feedback

Looking back over the past two years of, um, intermittent blogging, I’ve realised that I spend most of my time talking about the various benefits of using prototyping techniques and not so much time looking at the role of feedback … Continue reading

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After a long gap…

Greetings to everyone and welcome to the re-launch of after a nine-month-ish hiatus.  Sure, I can put up some excuses if you’re interested – in fact, yeah, I will.  What basically happened was other stuff.  Been working hard on … Continue reading

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