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:
Dojo – Dojo Toolkit.org
Extreme Programming vs Interaction Design
More thinking about the impact of agile approaches to the user experience and efficient methodologies. An interview with Kent Beck and Alan Cooper – When two development design visionaries meet, there’s room for consensus—but not much.
Windows Live – I’ve been having a bit of a play with Window’s Live, in particular their search engine. There’s a lot of interesting work they’ve done, particularly re: interaction design. Stay tuned for a post soon with my thoughts on their innovations.
And, whilst briefly on the topic of food porn, I finally got around to visiting Wet Paint, on MacPherson St, Bronte for dinner the other night. People have been recommending this place to me for a long time now and for one reason or another I’ve not been there… until now. Now I’m well on the way to becoming a regular. Highly recommended.
My name is Leisa Reichelt. I am an independent consultant who works with organisations who want to better understand and improve the experience they're delivering their customers.
By improving Customer Experience we know that companies become more effective and profitable - winning more valuable and more loyal customers.
In particular I focus on working with customers to map their customer journeys and identify the critical moments of truth and touchpoints.