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Form Design with Adobe Proto

Now that the semester is winding down, I wanted to spend some time experimenting with my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Adobe Proto. To me this is a key tool to rapidly create wireframes. It is also something which I think needs to be incorporated into our web curricula. Therefore, […]

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Google fun

For those who might get easily bored on this “Black Friday,” I offer the following short post on fun with Google. Just visit and try some of the following search terms. I suppose it should go without saying that you want to use a modern browser (which would not […]

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Proto CheatSheet

I have been working with Adobe Touch apps for a while and I occurred to me that someone may want a “cheat sheet” to help with specific gestures and menu items. Ok, I sometimes forget how to draw a dropdown list using a gesture. I created this list as a […]

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Kindle Fire Screen Captures

In my simple view of the world, it should be relatively easy to take a screen capture of what I see on a smart phone or tablet. Why would I want to? I often need to show students what a given environment looks like. Using a document camera or some […]

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Tablets and Web Design

Those who know me realize I am not a fan of paper. I have not provided paper handouts to my students since 2000. Personally, I find it much easier to organize and locate digital materials.I don’t think I am alone in this view. Of course, a big problem is having […]

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How to email your professor

Having just gone through several episodes of email miscommunication, I thought it might be appropriate to put some notes together regarding the best approach to sending email to your professor (that would be me). It is important to recognize that I receive well over 100 email messages per day and […]

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