Posts tagged Usability principles
I just started the most interesting lab of my life : Programming Apple’s iPhone using a MacBook with Cocoa Touch.It is held in Frauhover FIT, under Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Prinz and Dr. Wolfgang Gräther. In this lab we will start develop an iPhone application using Usability principles, Apple’s User interface Guides.
For me it’s the best opportunity to take a peak into the neighbor’s( Apple’s ) garden. For long time I was just curious about their technology and ways to program. But I lacked the hardware, because you can develop for Mac and iPhone only in MacBooks, Macs and obviously need an iPhone for testing.
So I want to share my experience as a newbie into Apple stuff. (more…)
Starting from the Fall of 2002 a close collaboration begin between the RWTH Aachen University, University of Bonn, the Fraunhofer Institute Centre Birlinghoven Castle IZB and the University of Applied Sciences Bonn Rhein-Sieg . They joined forces to establish the Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology (B-IT) who, as a collaboration, ranked the first university in Computer Science in Germany, above Technical University of Munich and the University of Karlsruhe.
I just got the confirmation that I will be enrolled into Agile lab and study the Agile development techniques along with Ruby on Rails and mobile programming. (more…)
Is Microsoft learning basic principles of Usability?
Corrina Black, lead designer for the Silverlight platform, presents usability principles implementation in the newest Silverlight 3. She is focused very much on design, so no coding best practices will be heard here. Only good advices on how to create an appealing, easy to understand interface.