On the impacts that most likely no one thought to look into when coming up with the idea of mint flavored dental floss.
A demonstration that if it needs a label, it is badly designed.
On bottlenecks and simple and also complex solutions to them.
on how there is nothing lazy about implementing a lazy login pattern, and initial release!
in which I fully appreciate the power of MySQL after trying to avoid it.
A glimmer of hope, a good bit of progress, and a lot more work to be done.
Telenconferencing with felines can be done more easily than I had thought.
On an approach shared by road construction and programming.
Update on this personal project. This time, I learned to leverage human abilities rather than relying on the machine to do everything.
A coding project to satisfy my own curiosity about decoding a message typed in digits.
On inadvertently muddying the user’s mental model.
On resourcefulness and unseen rhythms.
My latest adventure in logic and array manipulation.
A tribute to open source software for web development.
A beautiful and inspiring piece of video work that has left me speechless.
On D.I.Y. information architecture in everyday places.
On mint dental floss and disorientation.
On levitation in the kitchen.
The joy of filling in the blanks.
World Usability Day brings knowledge of usability principles to the people.
On how dents and accidents can build character.
On skating rinks and groundbreaking conferences on sustainable and humanitarian design.
This weekend in Providence, RI, an event worth keeping on your radar.