Tag Archives: Usability

What we can learn from a bike?

There is literally nothing that the Dutch won’t do with a bike. Here’s a short list of things i’ve seen people carrying around Amsterdam: the shopping, a large bunch of tulips, a dog in the wicker basket on the handlebars, … Continue reading

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Usability and utility in e-learning. How to make sure that you’ve got it right.

E-Learning is a funny creature. It’s created by a mixture of art and technology, always a heady if slightly risky mix. It’s a spontaneous activity stifled by process, it’s great communication strangled by noise. All to often, the magic gets … Continue reading

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Getting to grips with the Blackberry Playbook. First impressions

It’s been few days since the Blackberry Playbook landed on my desk, eagerly awaited and much anticipated, but i have a guilty confession. I’ve barely touched it. And the reason is simple; i don’t know what to do with it. … Continue reading

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