Category Archives: Collaboration

WritersUA Conference Topic

I’ll be presenting at the upcoming WritersUA – The Conference for Software User Assistance. Here’s the cover slide of my presentation: Here’s the prose summary of my presentation: User assistance must be understood in a larger context in order to … Continue reading

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Articulating Complexity

Yesterday, I learned on Twitter that the movie Shored Up was being shown on NC State University’s Centennial Campus in the auditorium of the new Hunt Library which had been declined by the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Since the … Continue reading

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Micro-Momentum and Designing Interaction

At a recent TriUXPA meeting, we listened to a recorded webinar by Stephen Anderson (thanks UIE) about Designing for Micro-moments. One of his themes was that interactions (as in user interaction with a web site or web application) is a … Continue reading

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The Currentness of the Collaborative Cloud

Offline to All-line Once upon a time we talked about working “offline” as a way of saying that we were working on paper or in person, away from and apart from a computer. As more of our work moved to … Continue reading

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