Monthly Archives: March 2013

Windows Blue, what will you do?

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How about putting the classic Start menu back in like it used to be? No? Awwww, go on, do it.. How about addressing the ‘Modern UI’ reliability? It would be nice if the tiles always worked and didn’t throw up errors about updating and installing. How about a bit of text editing in the warning… Continue reading Windows Blue, what will you do?

Simple and usable..

Published on: Author: Mike Hall 3 Comments

It’s the title of a book written by Giles Colborne, who has been designing interactive user experiences since the early 1990s. When he’s not doing that he he’s busy with cxpartners, a design consultancy based in Bristol and London that specialises in web and mobile user interface design for companies such as Marriott, Nokia and… Continue reading Simple and usable..

An ‘open and shut’ case..

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One minute everything is fine, and the next? All shut down. The problem persists, but I have nailed it down to the case top/front panel headers, the panel itself. Coolermaster added a ‘ground’ cable to the later panel headers, but the fix doesn’t work, at least for me it doesn’t. I know this because they… Continue reading An ‘open and shut’ case..