In celebration of the one year anniversary of me offering my opinions up for public consumption, here are some of the more popular posts from this blog in the last year.
Some popular posts from the last couple months that many of you have probably already seen:
- Mundane usability problems
- Usability mistakes with radio buttons
- Oversimplification is confusing (or, Don’t ask stupid questions)
And some older posts which sparked some interesting discussions:
- Donald Norman on the design of intelligent machines
- Why I’m not doing a paper prototype
- Google is not enough
- Warming up to OpenID
- On static and dynamic typing, and corn tortillas
If you’re looking for some longer reading, check out the article I wrote for Boxes + Arrows earlier this year, called Doing Today’s Job with Yesterday’s Tools. Here’s the summary:
Where is the software that can help us cope with the massive amounts of information that we deal with on a daily basis? Patrick Dubroy points out the usability problems with current personal information management techniques, and makes some suggestions about how to improve the situation.
And now back to your regularly scheduled programming.