Infinite scrolling is a technique that’s in use by some of the biggest web apps.
In this post, Danielle explores the ins and outs of the technique. By critiquing several well-known implementations, she helps identify when it might be appropriate to use this technique—and when it might not—and some common gotchas to look out for.
Everyl Yankee talks about ‘task’ oriented UX design techniques, and how we must then take the step up to ‘object’ oriented user interfaces and navigation systems to keep user interaction as simple and straightforward as possible.
Editors note: This article originally appeared on the OpenMCT blog (no longer available) on August 22, 2012. It is re-posted here with permission. The author has also re-posted it on the Presto Innovation blog and we encourage you to link to that as the original source. Do you like futuristic prototypes and imaginings of human-computer…