Sifting Through the Mess: The Do’s and Don’ts of Designing Information Architecture

These days, the number of things that humans accomplish through computer interfaces is growing exponentially. We need barely to think, ‘What’s the quickest way to get home? What song is playing right now? What’s the score?’ and we can retrieve the answer in an instant, at our fingertips. With access to a truly infinite amount of information on the web, and many options in which to process it...

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Enhancing User Interfaces in Windows Scripting Host

Enhancing User Interfaces in Windows Scripting Host

In my last blog post we used Windows Scripting Host (WSH) to create a controlled input interface for users. This is great for situations where the process of starting a published application or a login script requires user input. In that post I briefly discussed using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to allow the administrator to customize the user interface’s aesthetics.…

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