During the more than 20 years I’ve been working on websites, clients always seem to get hung up on the visual presentation of the website. Certainly the colors, typography, and photos are important, but when it comes to the structure of the website and the foundation on which the user experience will lay, the hierarchy … More Wireframes: The Blueprint of User Experience
Now that I am done with grad school (whew!) and have taken a few months off, I find that I sort of miss the assignments, the writing, and learning about new things. It’s hard to take the time to stop and think about things. Everything is fleeting. Some of this is the new world we … More The Role of Imagination in User Experience
Yesterday, I handed in the final assignment due for the final course of my master’s program. I’m officially done. By Friday, I should know how I did and what my final grades are going to be. Unlike my undergrad, I absolutely kicked arse in this program. On Thursday, I will attend commencement. I’ve watched the … More Mission Accomplished – MS in Project Management
My, how time flies. I did manage to get out of the office for a few minutes to see the eclipse. My colleagues and I decided to get creative with office supplies.
The greater Philadelphia area has quite a few German-oriented places, making it a great place to observe Oktoberfest on this side of the pond. Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein (http://cannstatter.org/) has got everything you need to celebrate Oktoberfest. Music, dancing, food, rides for the kinder, games, vendors, and, of course, beer! If you need to get your German … More Oktoberfesting in Philadelphia