By Susan A. Kitchens on 5/19/2008
For your inner UI Geek: Information Design Patterns. Christian Behrens posts his master’s thesis (interface design) online in a flash interface, so you can browse and explore all the permutations.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 11/27/2007
10 best tracking shots ever. Stars with the opening shot from Touch of Evil, of course. [via Whedonesque] More tracking shots. Design your own paper box. Geometric transform step and repeat is so much fun. Plus! Print it out yourself! Best online catalog. Meant to post this a while back. [both via Making Light Particles]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 11/2/2007
Animator vs. Animation. It helps, too, if you’re familiar with the Flash user interface.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 7/13/2007
There is an I, too. Two of them. Multimedia Journalism Skills. A resource list of audio/slideshow/video/flash resources compiled by Mindy McAdams, author of Flash Journalism and the blog Teaching Online Journalism.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 5/19/2007
By Susan A. Kitchens on 5/15/2007
It’s Flash. And cool. BTW, Phoenix mission people are working 24 hours doing whatever they’re doing to run some tests before they get ready for launch. Which is in August sometime. Ah. The spacecraft got flown from Colorado to Florida for launch. On a C-17. Oh cool. And The Timeline includes Mars Science Laboratory, an […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 4/16/2007
as described in this Adobe vs. Microsoft smackdown. Apparently, the Silverlight introduced by Mircorsoft is trying to take on Flash. Microsoft is launching Silverlight, a direct competitor to Adobeâ€™s Flash. Meanwhile, Adobe is launching Adobe Media Player, a rival to Windows Media Player. This could be the hardest fought battle in the rich media spaceâ€¦well, […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 3/21/2007
Is there a generation gap for user experience? The stuff my generation won’t abide is stuff that a younger generation finds wicked cool. Er, uh, including Flash.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 3/15/2007
Yugop. OMG. I’m blogging during class. We’re looking at inspiring sites. You go, too. Er. Yu Gop, too.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 3/7/2007
Spamrecycling.com: A flash site that draws beautiful pictures from your spam emails. Considering that when I got up and checked emails, 400+ arrived overnight, of which maybe 4 were legit (forget 90% spam rate, let’s talk about 99% spam rate), it was nice to see this linked to at BoingBoing and have a bit of […]