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bio website labs.2-bit-toys.com
location Redondo Beach, CA
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At any moment in time I may wear one of these hats: interaction designer, coder, gamer, educator, hacker, athlete, musician, chef, woodworker. I like to dabble in lots of things...from the virtual to the physical.


Nov
23
asked Using mailto: links for email addresses…what is the practice these days?
Oct
29
revised Based on your experience, what are the capabilities and limitations of Axure?
corrected spelling and grammar
Oct
28
comment How do you know when an interface is complete?
I love this quote by the author of The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery..."A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." This really speaks to @Nir's philosophy.
Oct
28
answered What's a catchy name for “overly complex, barely designed interface”?
Oct
28
comment Displaying a panda's family tree
I think you're thinking in the right direction. You can either allow people to filter or potentially you can take a Google Maps approach and have different levels of zooming?
Oct
25
answered Based on your experience, what are the capabilities and limitations of Axure?
Oct
25
answered Displaying a panda's family tree
Oct
8
answered Constructing personas without user research
Oct
7
answered Any examples or suggestions for working with timelines
Sep
27
comment What are some of the negative consequences of using dark patterns in design?
You'll become a Dark Jedi. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Jedi
Sep
26
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
23
comment Panorama viewers based on Javascript
code.google.com/apis/maps/faq.html#browsersupport ... browser support for V3 and V2 of the API. We're targeting IE6 so we won't be able to use custom panoramas! Drats!
Sep
23
comment Panorama viewers based on Javascript
@Juian - the 2D overlays don't stick to certain objects in the scene. I'm sure one can do it through some calculation of one's own, but does the API do it for you?
Sep
23
comment Panorama viewers based on Javascript
@Juian - that looks really promising. I can't seem to find the red arrow on editorsofficial.com.
Sep
22
comment Panorama viewers based on Javascript
Cool! This gets me really close to what I need. Now I need to figure out how to deal with hotspots and such. Any ideas Julian?
Sep
22
accepted Panorama viewers based on Javascript
Sep
22
asked Panorama viewers based on Javascript
Sep
17
comment Are there other options of enabling an irregular shaped clickable area on a web page other than image maps?
Moved and added link back to this thread. This is the link on StackOverflow. stackoverflow.com/questions/3738660/…
Sep
17
accepted Are there other options of enabling an irregular shaped clickable area on a web page other than image maps?
Sep
17
comment Are there other options of enabling an irregular shaped clickable area on a web page other than image maps?
raphaeljs.com/australia.html This is what I'm looking for. Now I have to consider their list of supported browsers. :)