Happy Holidays from OK/Cancel
Kevin Cheng  

Happy Holidays from OK/Cancel

December 19th, 2003 by Kevin Cheng :: 9 Comments

Christmas is next week so it’s time for the obligatory holiday themed comic strip.

We did a contextual inquiry of Santa’s toy factory as a consulting project. Santa wanted to know if his elves were working in an ergonomically safe environment and whether the tasks were easy to accomplish in the current setup. Well, instead of doing real work, we just took a picture of the factory floor and decided our audience might be able to help us by pointing out some improvements Santa could make. Think of it as a puzzle on the back of your cereal box. How many mistakes do YOU see?

Hopefully, everyone is going off to get some good rest and make sure your present wrappings are usable. For those of you who still might be online occasionally, fear not, we’ll still be here next week with a brand new installment. Tom and I have talked about a lot of ideas we want to roll out in the New Year so watch out for them and spread the word on about us!

Thanks for your support so far. We’re just getting started. Happy Hannukah, Merry Christmas, Happy Winter Solstice, Happy New Year, etc, etc.

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Tom Chi  

‘99% Bad’ = 1% Good!

December 19th, 2003 by Tom Chi :: 4 Comments

Not everyone likes Flash. But what’s not to like about a delicate snowflake?

Now that the holidays are here, it’s the perfect time to waste time online… So let’s celebrate that Good 1% by posting our favorite Flash sites.

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OK/Cancel is a comic strip collaboration co-written and co-illustrated by Kevin Cheng and Tom Chi. Our subject matter focuses on interfaces, good and bad and the people behind the industry of building interfaces - usability specialists, interaction designers, human-computer interaction (HCI) experts, industrial designers, etc. (Who Links Here) ?