Entries tagged as : interface

JUL
29
2011

  Week 3 of the MozNewsLab had the tech evangelists step aside and the grizzled veteran news producers come to the fore. Shazna Nessa, Mohamed Nanabhay, and Oliver Reichenstein all gave us a look inside their respective histories in hauling journalism into the digital era, whether it liked it or not. While all of them [...]

JUL
25
2011

  This week’s MoJo featured more great material from Chris Heilmann, John Resig, and Jesse James Garrett that mostly focused on building a user experience.  Of course, when thinking about open projects “user” takes on an expanded meaning and, as Resig stressed, every user is a potential future collaborator.  In a previous post I talked [...]

JUL
17
2011

Other than appearing in one of the lectures, this image has nothing to do with the post below. It is included because it is completely awesome. Read why in this article.   This week saw the launch of #MozNewsLab, the next stage of this year’s MoJo innovation challenges.  I’m taking part in this because I [...]

JUL
07
2011

I normally don’t care that iPads don’t vibrate.  However, for a study at the VEMI Lab we’ve been looking at testing different types of vibration as a haptic interface for low vision users of mobile devices.  Unfortunately, most mobile devices that have vibration built in are phones, and phones have small screens–not ideal for some [...]