Tag Archives: screen real estate

What Your Product Does You Might Not Know About

By | May 27, 2007

Empty vodka bottles used for selling petrol, Bali Tools often serve purposes the designers didn’t necessarily intend — increasing their stickiness for users but in a way not clearly understood by the creator. Take the System Tray in Windows for example (and in the bar, whatever it’s called, in Macs.) And this array currently sitting in my overburdened… Read More »

A Directory of Monitor Extenders

By | December 10, 2005

This week’s WSJ.com Loose Wire column (subscription only, I’m afraid) is on getting more screen for nothing: People of the future will laugh at us for many reasons, no doubt, but one of the most likely sources of their mirth will be the miserly size of our computer screens. It isn’t that our screens haven’t gotten bigger, both… Read More »