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  1. 149- Of Mice And Men | 99% Invisible

    If you are looking at a computer screen, your right hand is probably resting on a mouse. To the left of that mouse (or above, if you’re on a laptop) is your keyboard. As you work on the computer, your right hand moves back and forth from keyboard to mouse. You can’t do everything you need to do on a computer without constantly moving between input devices.

    There is another way.

    A device called a “keyset” could help us navigate virtual environments without moving your hands back and forth. With the mouse in your right hand, the keyset would occupy your left hand. Its five buttons resembled piano keys.

    Doug Engelbart invented the keyset in the 1960s. Engelbart was also the person who invented the mouse.

    Of Mice And Men

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 19:15 — 17.7MB)

    http://99percentinvisible.prx.org/2015/01/20/149-of-mice-and-men/

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  2. Approaching Principles for Independent Archives, by Luke Bacon, 17th February 2014

    What should an independent archive do? Some starter ideas and an invitation for contributions.

    A reading of the blog post Approaching Principles for Independent Archives by Luke Bacon, published 17th February 2014.(http://equivalentideas.com/journal/approaching-principles-for-independent-archives/ ).

    The principles are hosted on Github and are available to edit and discuss there at https://github.com/equivalentideas/independent-archive-principles

    The reading of this journal post was inspired by Chloe Weil and Jeremy Keith.

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  3. CDNify | An Interview with CSS Expert Chris Coyier on Front-End Dev, UX, and Accessibility

    Styling plays a big part in making the web look super cool and approachable, so it’s important that developers know the fundamentals of CSS, and this is where Chris comes in.

    A little background about Chris: He works as a web designer over at CodePen, crafting designs with front-end languages like CSS and JavaScript. He’s also a writer at CSS-Tricks, discussing the latest practices, tools, and ways to improve performance. Chris is also a podcaster on the ShopTalk Show which discuss front-end web design, development, and UX.

    Today we’re going to be chatting about modern front end development practices, user experience, and accessibility.

    Enjoyed this podcast? We have a bunch more just like it which we discuss web performance, SEO, and a load more. Check it out over on the CDNify Blog.

    http://cdnify.com/blog/an-interview-with-css-expert-chris-coyier-on-front-end-dev-ux-and-accessibility/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  4. Product Excellence Principles

    LukeW Ideation Design provides resources for mobile and Web product design and strategy including presentations, workshops, articles, books and more on usability, interaction design and visual design.

    There is no single process that will produce great results for every company, but there are tried-and-true principles that can guide teams in the right direction. Through vivid stories, Luke will showcase several of these principles in action, including:

    • Thinking "outside in" using customer insights to innovate
    • Speaking with "one voice" despite having many stakeholders
    • Defining the core essence of the product you’re bringing to life
    • Building outward from this center point
    • Committing to greatness and making the time
    • Understanding when to putt and when to drive the ball forward

    http://www.lukew.com/presos/preso.asp?10

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  5. Principles to Build By – Stephen P. Anderson

    Having a shared vision understood by all team members is critical to product design. Design tenets support and extend a core vision. They add character and definition to a vision, providing direction and helping product stay true to a clear vision.

    By using examples and sharing tips, Stephen P. Anderson outlines how to identify and articulate design tenets for your project to anchor and inspire the design process.

    From http://www.boxesandarrows.com/view/ia-summit-10-day-2

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  6. Sandi Wassmer — Inclusive design is for everyone

    Inclusive Design is currently the domain of people who design physical things, like product designers and architects, but Sandi Wassmer is firm in her belief that Inclusive Design applied in the online environment just makes sense.

    The principles of Inclusive Design encompass so many of the practices, principles and guide lines that web designers are already using – Accessibility, Usability, User Centric Design, Progressive Enhancement and User Experience – but unlike each of these dis­crete practices, Inclusive Design gives desigers the ability to offer choice, as a single design solu tion will never accommodate all users.

    Sandi will talk about how the principles of Inclusive Design can be easily adopted by web designers right now. By the end of the session you’ll have the frame work for becoming an inclusion activist!

    From: http://www.webdirections.org/resources/sandi-wassmer-inclusive-design-is-for-everyone/

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

  7. NYT Graphics and D3 with Mike Bostock and Shan Carter | Data Stories #22

    Data Stories #22: NYT Graphics and D3 with Mike Bostock and Shan Carter. We talk about many practical and more philosophical aspects of publishing interactive visualization on the web. We also spend quite some time discussing about D3.js’s past, present and future.

    http://datastori.es/data-stories-22-nyt-graphics-and-d3-with-mike-bostock-and-shan-carter/

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon

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