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  • I’m going independent | In usability we trust
    Solutions Talks and training I m also doing talks and training on different aspects of usability and web techniques Contact me if you want to know more or need a talk or training that s tailored for your specific needs Available for projects from September I m still on parental leave but I will be available for new projects from September 19 2011 So if you need an Interaction Designer or a Frontend Developer for a project this fall contact me right away Life Consulting Previous post Tinyrotator a tiny image rotator plugin for jQuery Next post jQuery Mobile by Jon Reid 5 Comments Mats June 17 2011 at 3 45 pm Lycka till Good Luck Reply Frank Stepanski June 21 2011 at 5 05 pm Thats great congrats I may have a small job for you in the fall oct nov One quick question Is there a way to find out if google maps is refreshing their maps slow I created a mobile app with multiple google maps and on the IPhone an some of our Verizon carriers the map refresh rate can be very slow I was wondering if there is some event of some sort that I can check for this so I can put up a message to the visitor that google maps is running slow or something thanks Reply Gabriel Svennerberg Post author June 24 2011 at 12 37 am Mats Thanks Frank Sounds great Maybe you could check for the first occurrence of the bounds changed event of the map object it triggers when the map is fully loaded But the problem is probably related to latency issues with Verizon and not the Google Data Centers Generally speaking I would advice against using multiple maps at the same time for iPhone or Android Maybe

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  • Tinyrotator – a tiny image rotator plugin for jQuery | In usability we trust
    image1 jpg img src thumbnail2 jpg alt a li ul The plugin is then activated by calling the tinyrotator method on the list like this document ready function tinyrotator tinyrotator This will produce a standard image rotator with the images from your list The plugin will show the bigger versions of the images above the thumbnails and automatically cycle through them If the user clicks a thumbnail that image will be shown and the plugin will stop rotating A standard version of Tinyrotator Graceful degradation If for some reason the plugin won t initialize user has JavaScript turned of jQuery din t load etc a clickable list of the images will still be visible and the user will be able to click them to watch their bigger counterparts They will however be opened on a blank page Tinyrotator with JavaScript turned off Options The plugin has two options with which you can set the time each image should be visible and how fast the transition a fade between two images should be interval The time in millisecond that each image will be displayed Default value is 5000 fade The speed of the fade possible values are fast slow medium none or the time in milliseconds Default value is medium Here s an example where both the interval and the fade speed has a faster pace document ready function tinyrotator tinyrotator interval 2000 fade fast Be sure to check out the demo to see the plugin in action Also check out the source of the demo page to see how to use it View Demo Download from Github Feedback I hope you ll find the plugin useful If you have any suggestions on how the plugin could be improved please let me know in the comments Also if you use it

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  • In usability we trust | UX and all things web | Page 2
    of producing the book has gone really well so Apress decided to publish it a whole month earlier So mark July 15th in you calendar cause that s when it s finally coming out Continue reading The state of this blog April 27 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 11 Comments Those of you that are regular readers of this blog have probably noticed a considerable decline in the number of articles being posted here I thought that I would share with you the reasons for this and a little about the state of this blog Continue reading My book is now available for pre order April 12 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 15 Comments Here s an update on how my book project is progressing The good news is that I have signed a contract with Apress so they re going to publish it I must say that I m pretty excited about that It was pretty awesome to see the book with my name on it on Amazon Continue reading A Project Guide to UX Design March 1 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 4 Comments Just like the subtitle For User Experience Designers in the field or in the making implies this is a book for persons that are not yet experts in the UX field It s a wonderful read and really gives a great overview of the UX design role in modern web site development Continue reading Rocket Surgery Made Easy January 28 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 1 Comment This latest book from Steve Krug is a terrific read and a great companion book to his legendary and highly successful book Don t make me think Where Don t make me think focus on design and the ifs and whys of usability testing Rocket Surgery Made Easy focuses on how to actually conduct usability test and what to do with the results Continue reading Stripes An interesting Operating System Concept January 12 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 2 Comments I ve just discovered an interesting concept for a new Operating System The concept is the brain child of Martin Gimpl and is a part of his master thesis on computer interaction It uses a zooming interface for windows management and introduces several interesting concepts In the short video below Martin shows some of the core concepts It is well worth checking out Continue reading A List Aparts annual survey December 17 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments This is starting to be a tradition For the third year in a row A list apart is conducting a survey for people who make websites The purpose of the survey is to see how our profession is practiced worldwide Last year over 30 000 people took the survey and A List Apart has made the results publicly available Check it out It s a pretty interesting read I took the survey and so should you So head over there and answer the questions It only takes about 5 minutes Beta chapter from my upcoming book on Google Maps API

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  • Articles | In usability we trust
    you drag and drop a marker It rises the marker up when you drag it and then bounces it into position when you drop it The API team however wasn t satisfied with just adding what was available in v2 They also added a drop animation similar to the one found in Google Maps on the iPhone It looks like the marker is being dropped into place from above and then ends with a small bounce But they didn t stop there either They also added the ability to animate the markers at will So now we can trigger the animation whenever we feel like it using the setAnimation method of the Marker object Continue reading Google Maps API 3 Mobile devices July 23 2010 Gabriel Svennerberg 8 Comments A lot of the web browsing these days takes place on mobile devices Therefore it s important to know how to design web pages and maps for these When it comes to incorporating Google Maps on a web page it s done pretty much the same way as for desktop browsers at least for advanced devices like the iPhone and Android based phones There are however some things to consider In this article I will explain what these things are and how it s done Continue reading The difference between add find and filter in jQuery September 27 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 2 Comments There s a few methods used for traversing the DOM tree in jQuery that is confusingly similar well at least they were for me This article will explain the difference between them and when you should use which one Continue reading Google Maps API 3 InfoWindows September 21 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 88 Comments Using InfoWindows is a brilliant way to display information about a certain location Since they provides you with a space to put text or whatever HTML you please they can be used in very interesting ways In this article which is the fourth in a series about Google Maps API 3 I will show you how to make good use of this great feature Continue reading Google Maps API 3 Markers July 28 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 79 Comments Markers are the perfect way to put places of interest on a map and that s probably one of the most used features in digital maps In this article which is the third in a series about Google Maps API 3 I will show you how to use them in Google Maps API 3 Continue reading Google Maps API 3 Map settings June 24 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 22 Comments In the first article in this series we discussed how to create a simple Map with Google Maps API 3 In this article we will explore the available properties when creating a map and see how we can change the look and behaviour of the map with the help of them Continue reading Google Maps API 3 The basics June 5 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 39 Comments The Google

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  • Code | In usability we trust
    it any way you want in both personal and commercial projects Continue reading Announcing MapTooltip March 31 2009 Gabriel Svennerberg 20 Comments One of the shortcomings in the Google Maps API is that there s no easy way to add tooltips to polylines and polygons That s why I felt inclined to build an extension to Google Maps that adds that functionality MapTooltip makes it possible to add tooltips to

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  • Events | In usability we trust
    0 Comments On World Usability Day on 13 of November we gathered a bunch of people to put focus on usability The event which we called A nice cup of coffee on Usability Day was held at my former employer Visma Spcs office in Växjö Chris Jangelöv was host for the event Here s some pictures taken by from the event along with some comments The pictures are taken by Ola Karlsson Thanks a lot Ola Continue reading A Nice Cup of Coffe on Usability Day November 10 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments This Thursday November 13 is World Usability Day It s an event that takes place at different locations around the globe each year to put the spotlight on usability in our daily lives Here in Växjö Sweden we re going to celebrate this with a get together where I m going to talk a little about usability in general and a few others are going to talk about specific usability problems and solutions Other than that we re just going to have a nice cup of coffee some cookies and a nice chat The event takes place at Visma Spcs at 15 00 and will last for

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  • Features | In usability we trust
    UX Design and Web Development October 3 2011 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments In usability we trust is the personal site of Gabriel Svennerberg a UX Designer Web Developer and Author from Sweden Read more About me My name is Gabriel Svennerberg and I m a UX Designer Frontend Specialist and Author from Sweden More about me I m located in Växjö Sweden but am helping clients around the globe Browse

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  • Life | In usability we trust
    It s been a while since I last wrote on this blog and I thought I would get you up to speed why that is The reason is that I ve been occupied with writing a book about Google Maps I haven t written a book before so this is new territory for me What I ve noticed so far is that it progresses far slower than I predicted but at least it progresses steadily even if slower than anticipated I ve taken a few weeks off of my regular work to devote to writing this book but this time won t suffice so there will probably be quite a few late nights and weekends of writing as well Continue reading I m going on vacation December 19 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 2 Comments Tomorrow I m going on vacation to Duved a ski resort in Sweden right next to Åre that has killer slopes We re going to ski every day celebrate Christmas and just have a really good time It s going to be so nice to get away for a while That also means that I m not going to write any articles or answer any comments this week but I ll be back again after Christmas with lots of new article ideas Ski map of Åre courtesy of www skimap info View from the hills of Åre Photo by december snowdrift Happy holidays everyone I hope you have a good one Back from vacation August 7 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 3 Comments Why is it that the vacation always feels too short Just when you re gotten used to the new lifestyle of late mornings and lazy afternoons you re thrown back into the hectic life of hardcore web development My vacation have been really great Me and

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