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Coding Horror: Avoiding The Uncanny Valley of User Interface
Just like near-human images have an "uncanny valley", so too rich web applications have one. Don't make it look too much like a desktop application, because small UI differences will make it really annoying to use.
webdesign  ajax  gui  ui  usability  via:CodingHorror  codinghorror 
december 2008 by mcherm
Bill Higgins :: the Uncanny Valley of user interface design
Just like near-human images have an "uncanny valley", so too rich web applications have one. Don't make it look too much like a desktop application, because small UI differences will make it really annoying to use.
via:CodingHorror  webdesign  ajax  gui  ui  usability  hci 
december 2008 by mcherm
Sui Help
Library for user interfaces built on top of the slick 2D gaming library in Java. NOTE: Later abandoned by its author, I think.
slick  programming  library  gui  graphics  sui  gameprogramming 
july 2007 by mcherm
slick-sui - Google Code
Library for user interfaces built on top of the slick 2D gaming library in Java.
slick  programming  library  gui  graphics 
july 2007 by mcherm
Napkin Look & Feel
A pluggable look-and-feel to make a java swing app appear like it has been scrawled on a napkin!
personal_net  design  gui  java  swing 
december 2006 by mcherm
Creating Passionate Users: Don't make the Demo look Done
Why you shouldn't make the user interface seem too polished during early demos. Also links to a site with a "napkin" style for java apps.
gui  design  personal_net  blogentry 
december 2006 by mcherm
Abbot
GUI Testing Framework for Java Swing
gui  testing  java 
may 2006 by mcherm
PyGUI
A nacient GUI by Greg Ewing that I found to be extremely Pythonic. Not well developed yet, unfortunately.
python  gui 
february 2005 by mcherm
PyGUI
A nacient GUI by Greg Ewing that I found to be extremely Pythonic. Not well developed yet, unfortunately.
python  gui 
february 2005 by mcherm
wxPython
GUI for Python with native platform look-and-feel.
python  gui 
february 2005 by mcherm
PythonCard
PythonCard is a GUI construction kit for building cross-platform desktop applications on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, using the Python language.
python  gui 
february 2005 by mcherm

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