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HCI Fitness PTX Gym All-In-One Functional Trainer, Grey

Designed for light commercial or home use, the PTX GYM all-in-one Functional Trainer is ideal for people of all sizes and fitness levels. A dual stack gym offering an isolateral workout in an efficient space saving mobile footprint, the PTX GYM Functional Trainer helps you build total body strength through unlimited exercise options. 21 more words

MOOCs: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

My colleague, Amy Bruckman, considers in her blog how HCI design principles lead us to question whether MOOCs can achieve their goals.

Can a MOOC teach course content to anyone, anywhere?

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HCI Fitness PTX Gym All-In-One Functional Trainer, Grey

Designed for light commercial or home use, the PTX GYM all-in-one Functional Trainer is ideal for people of all sizes and fitness levels. A dual stack gym offering an isolateral workout in an efficient space saving mobile footprint, the PTX GYM Functional Trainer helps you build total body strength through unlimited exercise options. 21 more words

Being an Expert Usability Reviewer

As per Usability.gov, ‘In a heuristic evaluation, usability experts review your site’s interface and compare it against accepted usability principles. The analysis results in a list of potential usability issues’.  246 more words

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HCI Fitness PTX Gym All-In-One Functional Trainer, Grey

Designed for light commercial or home use, the PTX GYM all-in-one Functional Trainer is ideal for people of all sizes and fitness levels. A dual stack gym offering an isolateral workout in an efficient space saving mobile footprint, the PTX GYM Functional Trainer helps you build total body strength through unlimited exercise options. 21 more words

Authorisation UIs: design issues and going towards fixing them in Wayland

I was browsing the xfce4-dev mailing list when I stumbled on a request for comment by Steve Dodier-Lazaro (who I knew in the past through the #exaile IRC room) on his… 84 more words

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PACT Analysis for a University Attendance System

Introduction

The purpose of this article is to act as a PACT analysis for a University Attendance System. This attendance system is focused on marking and recording the time and attendance of both students and staff members of the University.  1,240 more words

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