links for 2006-09-28

It looks like Microsoft is trying some new methods to help their UX teams create better results. This is an article about the office space that the Microsoft Mobile
Devices UXP team is moving into and how it will aid and inform their
design process. Check out the article: Microsoft tries a new model for device team

I can’t wait to see the results of this effort.
It looks like Microsoft is trying some new methods to help their UX teams create better results. This is an article about the office space that the Microsoft Mobile
Devices UXP team is moving into and how it will aid and inform their
design process. Check out the article: Microsoft tries a new model for device team

I can’t wait to see the results of this effort.
Wallop Screen shot
I started playing around with wallop yesterday. It’s a very interesting new social network platform that found it’s way out of Microsoft Research. Oh, cost happy birthday MS Research! I’m pretty excited about this product since it’s making a huge effort to push the envelope of user experience on the web. It’s still pretty rough around the edges but should be interesting to see how it will evolve. My only complaint at this time is that it’s all a little slow.

It looks like Microsoft is trying some new methods to help their UX teams create better results. This is an article about the office space that the Microsoft Mobile
Devices UXP team is moving into and how it will aid and inform their
design process. Check out the article: Microsoft tries a new model for device team

I can’t wait to see the results of this effort.
Wallop Screen shot
I started playing around with wallop yesterday. It’s a very interesting new social network platform that found it’s way out of Microsoft Research. Oh, cost happy birthday MS Research! I’m pretty excited about this product since it’s making a huge effort to push the envelope of user experience on the web. It’s still pretty rough around the edges but should be interesting to see how it will evolve. My only complaint at this time is that it’s all a little slow.

Wallop Screen shot
I started playing around with wallop yesterday. It’s a very interesting new social network platform that found it’s way out of Microsoft Research. Oh, cost happy birthday MS Research! I’m pretty excited about this product since it’s making a huge effort to push the envelope of user experience on the web. It’s still pretty rough around the edges but should be interesting to see how it will evolve. My only complaint at this time is that it’s all a little slow.