Monthly Archives: September 2010

Good resource for wireframing

Here’s a great resource on wireframing on paper and prototyping on paper before you start work on your screen here. This post on talks about printable sketch templates which I think could be really useful. As I mentioned … Continue reading

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Hold your nose whilst reading out this error message

‘There are no rooms available for your requested travel criteria. Please consider modifying your preferences or requested reservation dates ‘ This is the rather unhelpful error message I was confronted with when trying to book a Holiday Inn room in Hull Marina … Continue reading

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Why paper is always best

Great article by James Downes of Box UK on how using sketchbooks to plan and design concepts for user interfaces shoud be encouraged. Here’s the article > A few of us in the office have started using paper again recently for … Continue reading

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