Archive for April, 2011

Maqetta to the Dojo Foundation

Maqetta to the Dojo Foundation

| April 23, 2011 | Comments (0)

IBM recently announced the open source contribution of Maqetta to the Dojo Foundation. Maqetta provides WYSIWYG authoring of HTML5 user interfaces using drag/drop assembly, and supports both desktop and mobile user interfaces. Maqetta is said to target user experience designers working in teams focused on  HTML5 application development. The Maqetta application runs in the browser. […]

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We Are All User Experience Designers

We Are All User Experience Designers

| April 19, 2011 | Comments (0)

Trends come and go, people become excited about new concepts and old ones become old and boring. Much like fashion the trends of the web seem to resurface delighting some and aggravating others. I am often inclined to ignore the low-level trends as they are short-lived and don’t impact the web in a measurable way. […]

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Best Practices for test revisited

Best Practices for test revisited

| April 8, 2011 | Comments (0)

With Google and their apps like Search, Docs or GMail only a very small time is actually spent in the initial page load, writes Andreas Grabner in a recent blog post. Of course, much time is spent in JavaScript, XHR Calls and DOM Manipulations triggered by user actions. Grabner writes: It is very important to […]

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