Archives for January 2006

3D sense of orientation

It is amazing how meager the progress has been to leverage the human sense of 3D orientation for IT applications. The wide physical movements and rotations of one’s head and body are much easier to be remembered than the tiny fine-motorical mouse moves in our 19 inch 2D world. How could I leverage this physical orientation? Read more….

30 January 2006 | PIM | No Comments

Usability 2.0 ?

Usability “1.0″ has attempted to find the one optimized user interface, e. g. an ideal menu tree, or a perfect classification of items. The next generation usability has learned from the users of the read/write Web 2.0 that there are alternate usage profiles, and it acknowledges that there are different cognitive styles. Read more….

14 January 2006 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

Network of tags and citations

Approx. 130 web pages, linked to from 62 blog postings, tagged with 95 combinations of 51 del.icio.us bookmarks, plotted in a diagram, make up an impressive visualization of thought connections. Read more….

4 January 2006 | Visualization | No Comments

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