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bio website greatPixelHunt.com
location Duluth, MN
age 31
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Aug 19 at 18:02

2014/04/23: I develop Emergency Medical Services (EMS) software for Sansio/Physio to enable EMS personnel to track patient encounter data in the field and notify hospitals of incoming patients in real time.

I'm also launching Great Pixel Hunt as a side project. This is an online sweepstakes where businesses pay to reach local users and local users/charities win the majority of those profits.

2011/09/28: Working at my 2nd software-development job full time and working on my 1st web-site and spending time with my wife an baby girl in my free time. I look forward to the day where my "full time" becomes my "free time".


Jan
24
revised Is this a good way of attracting a user's attention to a message?
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Jan
24
answered Is this a good way of attracting a user's attention to a message?
Nov
19
comment Can higher speeds harm the user experience?
@KeithS: Precisely, so I'm curious to hear the side of those who down-voted. Could it be they don't like Pacman or (shudder) Superman?!!?? No No, of course not, that's crazy-talk! There's got to be some other reasonable explanation that I'm missing... ;)
Nov
19
answered Can higher speeds harm the user experience?
Oct
19
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
revised Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
Updated design and answer based on comments
Oct
19
awarded  Editor
Oct
19
comment Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
Answer updated based on the above comments
Oct
19
revised Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
Updated design and answer based on comments
Oct
19
comment Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
@BryanOakley: That's true, although I'm not sure about it taking up the same amount of space since you'd still need the ability to select which cooking mode you are using. Maybe instead of a single "Start" button you could put your "Cook By" "Time"/"Desired Temp" buttons there.
Oct
19
comment Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
@derobert: Did the microwave shut off when it got to the temperature you wanted to cook your food to? If so: SWEET, I want it!
Oct
19
answered Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
Sep
7
comment Why are progress bars horizontal?
Here's a challenge from Ben Brocka's linked article: Implement the "Pormpuraawan Progress Bar", where progress goes from East to West :)
Sep
6
comment Why put the controls in the bottom (or the top) of a music player UI?
@yusf: I don't have an Android device, but I did search for "Android music player" on Google images, and through at least the first 50 images, every result that had play/ff/rew buttons had them below the viewing area, so I apologize but I'm not sure what you are referencing.
Sep
6
answered Why put the controls in the bottom (or the top) of a music player UI?
Dec
30
awarded  Teacher
Dec
30
answered Traffic lights: why yellow before green?
Sep
15
awarded  Supporter
Sep
15
comment Is this rotating cube interface user-friendly?
@Peter: Does this work on mobile devices? Real-estate is so valuable there and this saves so much space, I can just think of one word for your design: money. While we are on that note, you could save even more space and show any number of sides if you swapped them out randomly when the sides are hidden!