Articles by Tema Frank
Tema Frank is a member of the editorial team for User Experience Magazine.
(English) What’s News: Mommy, Can I Play with Your iPhone?
(English) 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. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Automating Baggage Handling
(English) Using feedback from ground handling staff, RampMate was created, increasing efficiency and airport baggage tracking capabilities while decreasing handler injury rates. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: No More Goofy Glasses
(English) Three-dimensional (3-D) movies may soon become more mainstream thanks to technologies that are making 3-D viewing more user-friendly. [続きを読む]
(English) Superphone to the Rescue!
(English) Cell phones with kid finders and one button emergency calls. Music on a memory stick. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Blio Software: E-reader = Easy to Read?
(English) 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. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: New Computer Technologies to Be Rolled Out
(English) Flexible, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology is about to revolutionize the world of portable computing, making mobile phones lighter and more durable. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Simplifying Web Design and Management
(English) Platformic is making breakthroughs in web management usability, thanks to its ability to develop CSS without needing a programmer or web design software. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Hey Good Lookin’
(English) 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. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Helping Seniors Helps Everybody
(English) With the aging of the baby boomers, product developers are realizing that there’s money to be made by making products more user-friendly to older people. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Can We Talk? Conversing with Your Car
(English) Cursing the driver who swerved in front of you is one thing, but cursing at your own car is quite another. It may become increasingly common as cars take on an ever-expanding role of keeping those in the driver’s seat driving safely. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Lassoing the Web
(English) A product called Twine, currently in beta testing, aims to help users keep track of online information and make them available for easy retrieval and sharing. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Demonstrating Usability of Medical Records
(English) Medical Records Institute launched EMRCompare, a website that compares electronic medical records programs on usability, costs and functionalities. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: A Bevy of Good Ideas
(English) Mass collaboration in the development process can lead to simple to produce, inexpensive, and user-friendly devices [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Function Fatigue and Feature Frustration
(English) Manufacturers are starting to realize that usability, rather than more features, can be a successful way to differentiate their products. [続きを読む]
(English) What’s News: Wii Usability Woos Non-Gamers
(English) Nintendo broke a usability barrier with its Wii gaming system by creating an interface that could be easily learned by users less experienced with gaming. [続きを読む]