Drawing clear lines between information systems

In my many ramblings through the wwweb, especially through various blogs and k-logs, I came upon this little gem – Drawing clear lines between information systems. When you read through it you may think, “Well, that’s obvious!” I thought the same thing as I read through it. Then I thought, “Well, if it is so […]

Paper Prototyping: How-To Training Video from Nielsen Norman Group

http://www.nngroup.com/reports/prototyping/ Paper Prototyping: How-To Training Video from Nielsen Norman Group. I’ve not seen the DVD, but I’m sure it lives up to the high standards .NN/g adheres to on everything else they do. Basically, it shows techniques for, as the title states, Paper Prototyping. I can’t attest to the techniques they espouse, but the basic […]

Do Productivity Increases Generate Economic Gains? (from Alertbox)

It’s all good and well to say that changing a process from an “analog” one to a “digital” one to take advantage of IT will improve productivity, reduce costs, etc., but does it really? Check out this article, Do Productivity Increases Generate Economic Gains? from Jakob Nielsen‘ Alertbox.

Time to Make Tech Work (from Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox)

As I was putting together a business case to focus on making better use of the IT assets we currently own instead of buying/developing more, I received an e-mail notification for Time to Make Tech Work (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox). Perfect timing. Though the article is full of good ideas, three of them stand out for […]