Innovation Vs Tradition : What Does The User Really Want?

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We here – you, me, that other guy reading this article – we follow technology. We are probably reading a few tech blogs. Probably we all tried a pre-release software a few times, just because we were curious. Me, personally? I’m a geek with that stuff. My browser is always in beta. I jump to the next version of software as soon as I have an opportunity. Even system updates … [Read more...]

Open Data: Blurring The Lines Between The Real And Virtual Worlds

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Last week, my six-year-old daughter and I were leafing through a magazine when suddenly, excited to see a page full of colorful tea party imagery, she did her usual iPad pinch-to-zoom gesture directly on the pages. Needless to say, I was highly amused as she grinned sheepishly while acknowledging her oversight. This led me to realize just how fast technology is evolving … [Read more...]

Wireframing And Storyboarding With PowerPoint & PowerMockup

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Wireframing has become an integral part of developing websites and software applications. It is a quick and easy way to visualize user interface ideas and discuss them with others. “Fail fast, fail early, fail often” is the mantra here: You get your ideas in front of the relevant stakeholders as soon as possible, gather their feedback and then iterate toward a solution that … [Read more...]

Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 – Speed And Performance Testing

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Released on the 26th of October 2012, Windows 8 was Microsoft's response to the increase in the huge popularity of operating systems in a short period of time. Almost 3 months on, Windows 8 is attracting individuals spanning over every age group. We have heard much about the new user interface, including that it is disappointing. At this point we feel that initial reactions … [Read more...]