Archive for the ‘Interactive Design’ Category

Health Design Challenge

I’m honored to have participated in the presence of some outstanding designers in the Health Design Challenge which garnered over 230 entries from across the country, including top design firms like gravitytank, Method and Teague. The challenge was  how the medical record is presented. The purpose of this effort is to improve the design of the […]






LEAP Motion – Future of NUI?

Well, I caved in the other day and pre-ordered a LEAP Motion. This device will allow you to control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements. Hoping that there are lots of apps developed by the time it actually ships(Late 2012)…fingers crossed.






Realism in UI Design

Nice article by Lukas Mathis on UI elements and amounts of detail required to obtain an optimal design element. “The history of the visual design of user interfaces can be described as a gradual change towards more realism. As computers have become faster, designers have added increasingly realistic details such as color, 3D effects, shadows, […]






Visualize your LinkedIn network with InMaps

“InMaps is an interactive visual representation of your professional universe that answers all of the above questions.  It’s a great way to understand the relationships between you and your entire set of LinkedIn connections. With it you can better leverage your professional network to help pass along job opportunities, seek professional advice, gather insights, and […]






Thoughts on the Apple iPad

Apple’s new iPad device was finally unveiled yesterday, Wed Jan, 27th, 2010.  My initial reaction was one of disappointment. I suppose it was due to all of the hype that was built up leading up to the launch.  Many people had speculated on not only it’s form factor, but also it’s software interface. I can […]