Episode 06 – Designed to Make You Think

16 May, 20073 comments

Web design guru Jeremy Boggs joins Dan, Tom, and Mills to discuss the past, present, and future of designing websites for academia, museums, and libraries. In the news roundup, we cover a number of situations where information and images have shown up at inopportune times and in inopportune places, including the case of the MySpace photo that got a student in hot water, a chart on a blog that caused a copyright furor, and the “liberation” of class-related documents that got some Harvard students in trouble.

Sites mentioned in the podcast:
Color Blindness Simulator

20 Usability Tips for Your Blog
Google Earth Overlays of Greensburg, Kansas
Directory of Open Access Journals

Running Time: 50:24

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Categorized under blogs, copyright, digital humanities, open access, social networking

3 comments to “Episode 06 – Designed to Make You Think”

  1. ClioWeb » Archive » Humanities Design Podcast : 18th May, 2007

    […] first foray into podcasting: I was a guest on Episode 5 of Digital Campus. Dan, Mills, and Tom were kind enough to invite me to talk about design for digital humanities. […]

  2. Ken Pendergrass : 25th June, 2007

    Your podcasts are really insightful discussions into the future of web design, web 2.0 and it’s implications for education. I’m a K-5 music teacher trying to implement digital media into my teaching. I’ll be a regular listener from now on. Your program is engaging from opening to close. I really appreciate the round table format and find your links at the end of the show a great conclusion to a well-thought out podcast.

  3. NY Times Visualizes the Wealthiest Americans Ever at Dave Lester’s Finding America : 16th July, 2007

    […] where Jeremy Boggs was a guest, discussing web design in academia. At one point in the episode Designed to Make You Think, Jeremy said: As academics we’re already thinking about user interfaces. The way we present […]

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