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Live Link for "How object-oriented style GUIs are like science fiction GUIs": http://web.archive.org/web/20160527002036/http://openmct.blogspot.com/2012/08/object-oriented-guis-are-future.html

Live Link for "How object-oriented style GUIs are like science fiction GUIs":
http://web.archive.org/web/20160527002036/http://openmct.blogspot.com/2012/08/object-oriented-guis-are-future.html

Additional Examples

  • Most of my work is proprietary, but I can share the following, which I have redacted. The files I mention below are in my Dropbox "Portfolio" folder.
  • Methods—collaborative, participatory, cross-disciplinary:
    • The Bridge design method I co-invented, for seamlessly getting from initial user research all the way through rough prototypes: chapter in Dropbox (BridgeChaptHandout).
    • There are videos giving an overview and a bit more detail of my participatory methods, focused on their application to user experience.
    • PrestoInnovation.com has videos explaining just some of my abilities and approaches, including user experience but mostly broader than that—the entire project.
  • MCT Software I co-invented
    • Certified for use by flight controllers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, for managing the vast and complex systems of the International Space Station (ISS), Space Shuttle, new Orion space vehicle, and any other crewed and uncrewed systems.
    • Blog explanation of MCT’s object-oriented user interface style principles that underlay its interaction
    • Short textual explanation and video demonstration of main features
    • Quick Start Guide and full User Guide: In Dropbox and downloadable from the MCT documentation page
    • Downloadable, runnable, demo version of MCT
    • Design/Style guide in Dropbox as a zip file that unzips into three files, one for each of the three editions that have progressively more information. I was going to link those files so designers could see more or less info simply by clicking links in each guideline, but did not finish that feature before I left the project.
    • UX specification example pages in Dropbox.
  • Sun Web Application Guidelines for browser-contained applications
    • No longer available on the web except fora version lacking images in the Wayback Machine.
    • The entire document is in Dropbox as a single zip file. Unzip it and open the Index.htm file. The links for navigating lead to Sun’s defunct site, so to switch among chapters you must open the individual files directly from your computer’s File Manager or Finder.
  • iPlanet design/style guide for browser-contained applications
    • In Dropbox as a single zipped file. Unzip it and open the Home.htm file.