Spell with Flickr is a small program that lets you type in whatever you want, then goes to flickr and grabs pictures for each an every letter! It also allows you to change the images that you see, so you can find better images for your word or phrase!
the guys at 37 Signals have been advocating the end of functional specs for a while now. I’m brewing on a post that disagrees with that (but agrees that there does need to be a shift in the process). Here’s a few steps in the 37 Signals process
Welcome to the new CHISIG reviews site. Here you will find reviews and discussions on books, articles, and websites related to Human-Computer Interaction. These reviews are provided by members of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest
My name is Leisa Reichelt. I am the Head of User Research at the Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office.
I lead a team of great researchers who work in agile, multidisciplinary digital teams to help continuously connect the people who design products with the people who will use them and support experimentation and ongoing learning in product design.
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