Archive for the ‘Paleoblogs’ Category

Perpetual Prototype

November 8, 2010

Neil MacDonald reviews Designing Social Interfaces at his site Perpetual Prototype: An Information Architecture Blog, writing

If you are considering designing a site with social features, this book is a must read.

Meg Whitman is a biter

January 26, 2010

You can't copyright a title

Tipped off by my old buddy and collaborator Levi Asher, I learned that Meg Whitman and her as-told-to coauthor do in fact favor recycling, at least when it comes to book titles:

hey, i was here first!

Since I own the domain called, I’m thinking about redirecting it somewhere interesting at least through election day. Any suggestions?

via (Twitter / Levi Asher)

Passing Thoughts from 2010-01-14

January 14, 2010
  • designing #
  • designing with a glass of red wine #
  • Boot and Shoe Service on #Yelp: Wanted to try the new restaurant and see Pandora at the Grand Lake. Couldn't get in … #
  • making far-from-pixel-perfect mockups #
  • This is how I do this #

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Passing Thoughts from 2010-01-13

January 13, 2010

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Passing Thoughts from 2010-01-12

January 12, 2010

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The book has arrived!

September 28, 2009

the book has arrived!

Originally uploaded by erin_designr

We started our book proposal around June of ’08…

Certification of live birth

August 5, 2009

Turns out I was born in Kenya too!

my long lost birth certificate!

BT intent on his monitor

August 1, 2009

BT intent, originally uploaded by xian.

A snapshot of the evening entertainment last night at Yahoo! for the kickoff of the iPhoneDevCamp 3.

hells yeah

May 20, 2009

hells yeah

hells yeah

Originally uploaded by xian

if it’s really him, why not?

Designing Social Interfaces, Rough Cut edition now available from O'Reilly Media

April 15, 2009

Designing Social Interfaces - Rough Cut | O'Reilly Media

Designing Social Interfaces – Rough Cut | O’Reilly Media

Originally uploaded by xian

The unedited, 500 page first draft of our book is available now in PDF format for review by anyone who can’t bear to wait till September for the first (“real”) edition to come out.