“compared to the scroll, these pages take longer to turn”… a very funny look at adapting to new technologies
This is the third and final part of my chat with Bill Moggridge in which we talk about the ingredients of successful design teams – who is in them, how do they work together, where do they work, those kinds of questions.
This was a chat I recorded when I was talking with Bill about his new book, Designing Interactions.
“Once you get past the Gantt charts and resource graphs, Project is just an outliner grafted to a database. And that makes it a remarkably powerful tool for doing simple site maps and inventories.” – interesting idea…
I’ve been wondering who was worrying about microformats from a user interface perspective… here’s a whole bunch of interesting thinking. Now… where are the IAs interested in Microformats?