Archives for March 2007

Studying made easier

Another chapter of my Supplement to a student’s handbook has been translated.
I wrote it in 2003 for a first year student when I found that the available student’s handbooks on “studying made easier” covered the computer merely as a word processor and literature retrieval tool. So I assembled some notes on how to use it as a think tool. Read more…

18 March 2007 | Personal Productivity | No Comments

Usability and Mass Market

Some blame the mass market for underachieving user interfaces. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with mass-oriented usability. However, the idea that one optimized interface is optimal for all the mass of users (one size fits all) ignores the fact that there are several cognitive styles, each of which would constitute a separate mass market of its own. Read more…

4 March 2007 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

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