“SEARCHSCAPES: MANHATTAN” is an attempt to create a tridimensional map of Manhattan, using existing data from the web. The objective is to compare the city’s “physical spaces” and “information spaces” (search results). In the continuing theme of me hunting for cool map interfaces. This one is pretty cool.
I think Delicious must have been down last night when my links post was scheduled, so here’s a manual update. There are three main categories today: Front End Development, Microsoft Windows Live and Sydney Restaurants.
Front End Development – as per my earlier post and inspired by 37 Signals Getting Real methodology, I’m looking to skill up in front end development so that I can ditch Visio and output nice HTML templates. Here’s a few links that were recommended to me:
Kind of like Flickr, and kind of (yes, i know!) cooler. i’m particularly liking the audio captions and bubblezoom (allows you to zoom x3 into images). Check it out. (I’m not leaving Flickr just yet tho)
My name is Leisa Reichelt. I am the Head of User Research at the Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office.
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