I was shopping in a self-checkout at a Home Depot, when I accidentally entered Spanish Language Mode. I think the software had a bug, in that the button “hot spots” were too wide. Apparently, this was a pretty big problem, as this sign shows (The “Accept” button was near the “Spanish” button): Apparently, it is […]
Archive for the 'User Experiences' Category
This is simply a page that I put together when I was exploring the concept of “Social Infrastructure.” It is really not much more than a publishing of a raw stream of consciousness. There’s a ton more that can be written about this subject. Maybe I’ll write more. Maybe not. I don’t know if I really need to keep this up. I think I got my thoughts together on this.
I was walking into a store, and I couldn’t believe the signs
I’m usually quite impressed with Japanese design, but this one item bothers me.
I keep hearing brief elevator emergency bell rings.
When they redesigned the parking lot for our local supermarket, they neglected to keep something in mind…
I decided not to post pictures with this entry, simply because that would be impolite.
Too Damn Small
Frustration is the mother of mickey-mouse, band-aid solutions.
I have these neat new “satellite” cordless phones, but sometimes, they go “off the hook.” Both figuratively and literally.