Monthly Archives: July 2010

Interview with Shane Morris, Daniel Szuc and little old me

In the build up to UX Australia, Shane Morris, Daniel Szuc and I were interviewed by James Mansfield. The interview, titled UX Design: What it takes, where it is and where it’s going, can be found here at http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2010/07/29/ux-design-what-it-is-what-it-takes-and-where-it%E2%80%99s-going/

Did you mean to attach a file?

Not sure how long Gmail has been doing this for, but I stumbled across this today when I accidentally did what everyone does quite often. It made me chuckle. I likey!

New BBC global experience language

The BBC website is in the process of being restyled. It is quite interesting to see the introduction of a new style across such a big site – click around http://www.bbc.co.uk/news for the old and new styles.

Anyway as a self-confessed fan-boy of the way they articulate the glue that holds the style of the sites together, I was very impressed by the new Global Experience Language website and materials – have a look for yourself.