I’m sure you’ve had one of these…
Some great examples of product comparison designs
I’d like to alert my readers of a new site I helped create with the talented people at The Iona Group. Float Mobile Learning is our mobile learning strategy practice. We work with companies to understand and leverage the power of mobile learning. We help them meet their business strategies by making useful information accessible, anytime, anywhere.
Take a look at this illustration from the site:
I hope you find the content at the site useful, as well. We are looking to make FloatLearning.com THE resource for mobile learning strategy news, information and opinion.
I hope yours isn’t like this. But wow… when you get hit with comments like this, it’s rough.
A bonanza of CSS3 stuff… a virtual buffet of new fangled style-y goodness.
At The Iona Group we produce a lot of experiences for museums and tradeshows. These are often installations that will run for a solid 8-12 hours a day for weeks and be in operation for years on end (many exhibits have 5-10 year life-spans in the museum world). Uptime and dependability is crucial. Over the course of too many projects to count, I’ve assembled a list of must dos for any kiosk we build. These are things that have worked for us and sometimes learned via trial and error, this is offered up as a hope that you won’t need to experience the same sorts of learning as I have encountered. Here is a list of things to consider before installing and walking away from any kiosk job. These will help you get less support calls and allow you to sleep easier.
These tips aren’t about writing good software in the first place. This is all about the deployment and delivery phase of the project. A lot of these suggestions came from projects we have worked on over the years. Many of them are canon in our workflow because of our Technology Director, Jeremy LeBeau. He blogs at Silverwire and is on Twitter as jleb. Look him up!
Seldom has a list of speakers this good been put together. Register for Flash And The City and come bask in the SWFfy goodness…
By now, everyone has either dabbled in Augmented Reality, or chosen to abstain… for those of you just now picking up the familiar black and white Marker and FlarToolkit, beware…