Gesturcons: The New NUI Gesture Icon Language

Ron George is once again putting out a product of his innovation, but this one isn’t just informational or theoretical, it’s something you can play with… and it’s free. They’re called Gesturcons and, in the words of Ron from an email to me, “[t]hey are helpful to any designer that is attempting to get into…

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OCGM: A New Windows User Experience

For those of you who aren’t familiar, Ron George is one of the UX talents on the Windows 8 planning team within Microsoft. That, in and of itself, is reason enough for this blog to keep up with his. Never mind the fact that he’s an innovator in his field. Today, Ron announced his paradigm…

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2010: The Year of Microsoft on the Web?

This is more an observation than anything else, but I’m highly optimistic about the outlook for Microsoft where the web is concerned in 2010. Why? Follow along to find out.   Those of you who have been around since the early days of the web when competition really started getting heated between Microsoft and Netscape…

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