Posts tagged 'user experience'

A motorized longboard that thinks for you

Chaotic Moon Labs' Board of Imagination

Another great example of Microsoft Kinect usage, and how it can be used to create new and different user experiences! …

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The Kinect Effect

The video below is a new commercial, launched by Microsoft, about the XBox Kinect sensor. Kinect is a motion sensor …

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Learning with videogames

Being a huge fan of video games and having played them since childhood I’m an apologist that video games can …

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Ideas for portuguese parties improve their online presence

Following my latest post I present here some ideas for Portuguese parties to improve their online presence. 1. Clearly identify their view …

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Portuguese political parties on the Web

In about one month (5 June) we’re going to have elections in Portugal. The 5 major political parties are already …

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Office 2011 for Mac – Why I love the Ribbon

It’s been 3 weeks since I started using Office 2011 for Mac and I’m already wishing all apps for Mac …

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Augmented Reality Translator – Word Lens

One of the many wonders AR has brought to our everyday lives 🙂 If you have an iPhone check the …

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Google Language Tools – User Experience problems

So Google knows my country (Portugal), he knows my search habits, my translation habits, and much more. So why the …

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Colors and User Experience

After being away for nearly three months I decided to finally bring my blog back to life. A few weeks ago …

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Polite Computing and Adaptive Interfaces

“If we want users to like our software we should design it to behave like a likeable person: respectful, generous …

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