Category Archives: Design

The Breakfast Club library and John Hughes, both genius!

[NOTE: This was originally posted on another blog I no longer maintain.] John Hughes was a genius! From Mr. Mom, Vacation, Uncle Buck to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off his movies defined a generation. So while home on break, when I thought … Continue reading

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Design, intent and actual use.

While running a few errands today I had to withdrawal some money from the ATM.  It was freezing outside so I want to make use the drive-up machine so not to have to get out of my nice, warm car. … Continue reading

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Design for Distraction

The New York times story “Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction” point out many of the ways that technology is ingrained in our students lives and what that means for teaching, learning and distraction. But distraction isn’t anything new. Whether … Continue reading

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