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this is a series of screenshots from a results page on www.linkedin.com. if you don't know linkedin - it's a well designed social networking site for professionals.
you can search linkedin using a simple keyword - like "baychi" or use a more advanced search. in this series of screenshots i'm focusing on the way they present the refine search tool on the results page.
rather than clutter up the page with a widget - which might detract from the answer to the user's question - the designer made the feature accessible from a refine search button at the top of the page. the feature is displayed with dhtml.
the designer also did a solid job of handling the no results case.
Judging by the attitude of the guy at the front desk, the red dot indicates that I represent a surpassing security risk.
The number of Facebook messages sent per hour per day.
The college weekend seems to start around midday Friday and end around midday Sunday.
Part of Scott Golder's Facebook research at HP.
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Dan Roam the author of popular book problem solving@back of the napkin
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There were screens in the auditorium foyer for, you know, the overflow crowd.
After BayCHI, we went to have drinks. I really enjoyed hanging out with them. Matt really understands Agile Development and thinking small. He totally gets it. We could learn a lot from him.
The blogosphere hates Truemors. Guy seems to relish the opportunity to prove the bloggers have it wrong.
Illustration Copyright 2007 © Paula K. Wirth.
Japanese brush and ink on paper.
There is an interesting story re: this illustration.
I recently went to the slashdot 10th anniversary party, and I saw this guy with the craziest coolest hair - and he looked oddly very familiar. Then, I stopped by my parents' place, and I was going through old sketch books, and I found this -- it's him!!! That's why he looked so familiar!! I originally drew him at a BayChi talk/meeting, I think on Sep 12, '05.
Bill Verplank talks through his thinking as he repeats the metaphor he sketched for the cover of Bill Moggridge's book "Designing Interactions"
Love the use of the Elmo overhead projector
After eating at the Pre-BayCHI dinner, Thomas Vanderwal followed Tantek and I over to PARC.
A look at Wikipedia editing activity over time based on the total number of edited pages of each member.
The "novice" users are on the rise and contributing more edits as a percentage than the heavy users, but these "novice" users remove more words than they contribute.
Graph by Ed Chi of PARC