Articles by Tema Frank
Tema Frank is a member of the editorial team for User Experience Magazine.
What’s News: Mommy, Can I Play with Your iPhone?
The Woogie, a stuffed animal into which you can insert your iPhone, helps childproof your phone, however parents must monitor the content their children view. [Read More]
What’s News: Automating Baggage Handling
Using feedback from ground handling staff, RampMate was created, increasing efficiency and airport baggage tracking capabilities while decreasing handler injury rates. [Read More]
What’s News: No More Goofy Glasses
Three-dimensional (3-D) movies may soon become more mainstream thanks to technologies that are making 3-D viewing more user-friendly. [Read More]
What’s News: Blio Software: E-reader = Easy to Read?
Blio, designed to make e-books accessible to the visually impaired, allows users to read, or have read to them, e-books on regular computers or handheld devices. [Read More]
What’s News: New Computer Technologies to Be Rolled Out
Flexible, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology is about to revolutionize the world of portable computing, making mobile phones lighter and more durable. [Read More]
What’s News: Simplifying Web Design and Management
Platformic is making breakthroughs in web management usability, thanks to its ability to develop CSS without needing a programmer or web design software. [Read More]
What’s News: Hey Good Lookin’
The marketing campaign for TriSpecs™ is focused on user experience as the key selling feature, however the website itself is not a great model of usability. [Read More]
What’s News: Thoughts as Art
The latest iteration of a colorful web-based computer program illustrates the “thought process” of a computer faced with making a move in a chess game. The Thinking Machine 4 (http://www.turbulence.org/spotlight/thinking/method.html) lets you see how it analyzes each possible move before it decides how to respond to yours. Using threads of green for your moves and […] [Read More]