~ 21 July 2008 ~
A conglomerate of news, linkage, and some inspiring stuff I missed while I was away.
- “Open Range” in Print August issue
I’m quoted in the August issue of Print magazine. It’s brief, but hey, I’ll take it.
- The World Without Us by Alan Weisman
I’ve been enjoying this book on/off in audio format (available in iTunes) for a few months now. The World Without Us explores how our planet would “recover” from human presence if we suddenly disappeared. Give the chapter on plastic a listen and it’s likely you’ll never think the same way about plastic bags, water bottles, and the like.
- Putting Your Email on a Google Domain
Not happy about the fact that your Gmail address shows rather than your domain when replying to email on your iPhone? If you’re willing to spend a little time setting up your domain on Google (without switching hosts or nameservers), this may be for you.
- House Industries Ampersand Tees
- Cooler Business Cards
The second installment in Inspiredology’s series of inspiring business cards.
- California’s Continuing Fires
The fires are no longer headline news (thankfully for Californians), but some of these photographs are beautiful.
- A word for @#$%&?!!!
Grawlix, that’s the term.
- Enterprise UI Summit
Are you an “enterprise” designer? Jive Software is hosting an event at the Sky Hotel in Aspen, Colorado, August 7-8. Airfare and hotel stay covered by Jive Software. Apply/RSVP if interested.
- Logopond Awards 2008
I had a hand in judging these, along with several other judges. Not all of the winners are ones I chose to be featured, but good picks nonetheless.
- Inspiration Series: Magazines
Plenty to be inspired by here.
- iPhone NY Times GUI
Felix Sockwell gives a brief account of the iconography work he did for the NY Times iPhone app.
- WebAnywhere, a Screen Reader On The Go
This software apparently allows blind users to have access to screen reader software from any computer. I wonder if there’s a chance the rest of us (sighted) could use this for initial accessibility testing?
- “Gorilla” Usability Testing with Silverback
Garrett Dimon beat me to it. A very thorough review of Silverback, a good app for guerilla usability testing (still in beta).
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