Victor Lombardi consults yours truly for some serious mentoring. Photo by Michael Braly. Someone Eric Reiss set up this lovely “Mentoring Booth” at the IA Summit. I needed a place to sit down to work on some laptop stuff — and I figured making a bit of a spectacle of myself wouldn’t be so bad … Continue reading IA Summit 2006: The IA is IN
[I’m getting me feet wet for the first time in the world of liveblogging. I’m not sure if I like it or not — it feels a little antisocial or even rude, and I often find myself wanting to pull out my sketchbook and write with a pen — but as part of my ongoing … Continue reading IA Summit 2006: Whats Up with Knowledge?
A recent post at Splasho.com took on the following experimental challenge: Yesterday I decided to undertake an experiment. My favourite browser, Firefox, allows its users to add extensions. Currently 1102 extensions are available at Mozilla update. I decided to install 100 of the most popular extensions at the same time, trying to avoid those that … Continue reading Superbrowser!
I’ve just made the new design live. You’re lookin’ at it. There’s still a lot to do technically, but here it is. If you’re reading this, it would be really great and helpful if you could leave a comment about what you’re seeing in your particular browser configuration. Or if you have any critiques on … Continue reading It’s graphpaper.com version 2.0!
Today is Feb 1, 2006, my first day using my own blog. In addition to the traditional blog convention of posting in forward chronological order, I will also be posting older material going way back in time. Posts dated before today were in fact written on the dates they’re listed, but weren’t “blogged” until later. … Continue reading Hello World! !dlroW olleH
Hi! I’m Christopher Fahey and I’m a user experience designer. I live in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York with my lovely wife Peggy (aka tinydiva) and two nearly-identical looking cats, Nike and Perseus. I was born and raised in Philadelphia and Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, where I built model castles, airplanes, and rockets, wrote my own … Continue reading About
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