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  • Free e-book chapter on ASP.NET MVC Framework | In usability we trust
    MVC Framework is still in beta RC2 but is going to ship any day now That s good for me since I ve built a web application with it that will go live pretty soon Download the chapter Read more on Scott Guthries blog Quick tips ASP NET MVC Previous post Non modal alert with jQuery Next post Updating images with Javascript 4 Comments Fredde March 19 2009 at 7 06 am Mr Svennerberg I just noticed that the ASP NET MVC Framework seems to be released version 1 0 on the 17th of March Have a look at ASP NET MVC Download the ASP NET MVC Reply Gabriel Svennerberg March 19 2009 at 7 21 am Fredde That s great news Thanks for letting me know Reply Kelvin40 October 11 2009 at 12 22 am I think the idea that thousands of people can share a virtual space is wrong Reply wtfwtfdef March 13 2010 at 9 00 am You have tested it and writing form your personal experience or you find some information online Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Author Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes

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  • Global variables in Javascript | In usability we trust
    tips Javascript Previous post Twitter is exploding Next post The rise of Zooming User Interfaces 11 Comments Jan Seidl February 12 2009 at 7 36 pm Yeap objects are awesome I think the JS frameworks are giving a new step to the language OOP is being more and more present into a language that people underestimated for years in a row Like happened to C when became C with Classes C is JavaScript evolving to JS Reply Gabriel Svennerberg February 12 2009 at 7 45 pm Yes a lot of things has happened with Javascript the last few years It has changed status from being considered a second grade language to proving to be really useful I too think the js frameworks have helped making it more useful and popular The object model in Javascript is really cool But it s also widely misunderstood since it depends on prototypal inheritance which is not well understood by most people coming from languages with classical inheritance The more I learn about Javascript the more I like it No doubt it contains a lot of serious flaws like global variables But once your recognize them you can avoid them Reply Mats March 17 2009 at 3 55 pm Om du gillar globala variabler kanske denna sidan är av intresse http mankz com code globalcheck htm Reply Gabriel Svennerberg March 17 2009 at 5 09 pm Mats Well I m not particularly fond of Global variables since they are EVIL but that s a pretty interesting tool you ve built Some libraries really do clutter the global namespace Thanks for the link Reply Derek January 17 2011 at 1 35 am You solve my problem thx thx thx thx Reply MP June 10 2011 at 4 32 pm Demonstrating how to declare global variables is only half the job The other half is accessing them which you failed to demonstrate ie In the case of strings message myGlobalVar message myGlobalVar message myGlobalVar message myGlobalVar message var myGlobalVar Etc etc or should we come back next month for the second exciting episode of Javascript one bit at a time Javascript is crude and archaic enough without all these internet teachers wasting people s time with drips and drabs If you re gonna teach do it right or get off the airways so we can find someone who ll CLOSE OFF a job Reply AaronD12 May 2 2013 at 2 38 pm One of the uses I have for globals is when I am timing the user I always use the method of defining the variables outside the function block right after the script tag globals var hours 0 var minutes 0 var seconds 0 function startMyTimer seconds if seconds 60 seconds 0 minutes etc You know rather than complaining about the author not teaching it properly you could do what I just did and show how it s done Way more effective and no complaining Reply Jagan November 24 2011 at 4 14 pm var

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  • Different approaches to communicate UX design | In usability we trust
    we can t see the forest So we often fall back on old habits We churn out wireframes when a story may be worth its weight in gold Some great deliverables stay hidden in plain sight That s why we created this treasure map for our wall and yours Peter Morville Quick tips Usability UX Previous post The Design of Future Things Book review Next post How Spotify have changed

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2009/01/different-approaches-to-communicate-ux-design/ (2016-04-28)
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  • How people really use the iPhone | In usability we trust
    was to understand how ordinary people interact with the iPhone The methods used were interviews user testing in a lab environment and heuristic evaluation The result of the research was eight rules of thumb when developing applications for the iPhone Eight rules of thumb Take advantage of learned behaviors Avoid interaction inconsistencies Provide clear conceptual link across widgets Put space between action widgets Plan for accidental overswiping Don t rely exclusively on multi touch Provide visual feedback for taps Provide interaction affordances Check out the presentation for an in depth explanation of the rules of thumb If you re interested in usability and interaction design I assure that you will find it an interesting read The presentation View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own tags development interaction Thanks Alexei for the tip Quick tips Interaction design iPhone Usability Previous post Webworkers Meet on Application Security Next post Simple maps with the Google Static Maps API Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Author Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong About

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2008/12/how-people-really-use-the-iphone/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Survey for makers of websites | In usability we trust
    it again and now they claim to have even better questions to give us an even more accurate image of what the working conditions for web workers today are I took the survey and so should you Quick tips Industry Previous post Back from vacation Next post ASP NET MVC Preview Release 4 3 Comments topiowablog com May 16 2011 at 7 33 am pretty practical stuff overall I feel this is worthy of a bookmark thanks Reply Oviedo Homes Florida May 17 2011 at 6 21 am Great post thanks for the awesome posting I m having troubles subscribing to your blogs feed Thought I d let you know Reply Dion Jock June 9 2011 at 1 29 pm I might also relate to this blog site publish Your site is really a good supply of information and facts which I discover for being rather handy Thank you for the thoughts and please keep on to submit far more high quality content articles We have bookmarked your site and can test back again quite often Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Author Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2008/08/survey-for-makers-of-websites/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Great video seminars from Stanford on iTunes U | In usability we trust
    have iTunes you can try the rss links in the list of seminar feeds The Design of Future Things Cautious Cars and Cantankerous Kitchens Don Norman Northwestern University and Nielsen Norman Group Don talks about things from his book with the same name as this seminar He has a lot of interesting ideas about how we will interact with future things Download The Design of Future Things seminar Designing Interactions Bill Moggridge IDEO Bill is talking about the history of interaction design and give us lots of examples of the people behind those interaction techniques we now take for granted He also show videos with people he interviewed for his book Designing Interactions Download Designing Interaction seminar Why Phones Are Not Computers Scott Jenson Google Scott Jenson has worked with handheld devices a long time He was designing the Apple Newton back in the day and now works at Google as manager of mobile UI If you re interested in designing for mobile devices he has a lot of interesting knowledge to share Download Why Phones Are Not Computers seminar Have you seen any of the seminars Is there any others that you can recommend The seminar feeds Human Computer

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2008/06/video-seminars/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Huge booklist on user experience design | In usability we trust
    is a list of important books and topics on user experience design according to the UX community The idea is to have a number of selected people nominate books that they feel are important Then they collect statistics about the books like for example How many times it have been mentioned in blog posts The Amazon sales rank How many times it been nominated And so on They also provide information and links about the book from different web services like del icio us and Google Blog Search You can sort the list by several criteria and it s really a very useful resource if you re interested in UX design So if your looking for books to read you have a pretty rich list right there to choose from Rosenfeld Media UX Zeitgeist Quick tips UX Previous post Marking up contact information with microformats Next post First impressions of Firefox 3 1 Comment geraldholmes April 17 2012 at 3 55 pm Given that I often find myself repeating the same answers over and over again the best way to learn a new language is to go to a country where it s spoken and immerse yourself in the confusion

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2008/06/huge-book-list-on-user-experience-design/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Designing Web Interfaces | In usability we trust
    Airline Solutions to form their User Experience team Organization of the book The book is organized around 6 design principles For each principle a number of design patterns are explained The principles are Make it direct Keep it Lightweight Stay on the Page Provide an Invitation Use Transitions React immediately At the Explore the book section at the books companion site there s a short explanation of each principle as well as a presentation of the design patterns presented in each chapter So if you want to know more about what the book is all about I suggest you look there At several places in the book the authors references to About Face 3 by Alan Cooper I like that since I think that s an indispensable book that every Interaction Designer should read My take I think that this book serves both as an inspiration in finding the right design patterns for the projects I m working on as well as a deeper understanding of the underlying core principles when choosing and designing interaction elements It has certainly provided me with a deeper understanding of the ins and outs of drag and drop interactions which is thoroughly examined in the book The book is well written contains lots of illustrations and generally provides really good examples If you re designing building highly interactive web sites or is interested in learning more about web design patterns I m certain that you will benefit from reading this book I highly recommend it Resources The books companion site is located at www designingwebinterfaces com There you ll find more information about the book as well as links to other resources about design patterns Book information Title Designing Web Interfaces Principles and Patterns for Rich Interactions Author Bill Scott and Theresa Neil Publisher

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2009/05/designing-web-interfaces-book-review/ (2016-04-28)
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