Author Archives: Kim

user experience designer @ Blurb

Facebook inspires community experience ideas

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I signed up for Facebook on Saturday after a recommendation from a designer at Digg. It seems that Facebook is becoming a model for all community sites, and is gaining popularity – reaching beyond its college audience. I was immediately impressed with the visual style and ease of use. I quickly created a profile, and [...]

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Consider yourself a photographer? Consider this…

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Last night, I attended the San Francisco Art Commission panel: Are We All Photographers Now? Flickr/JPG Magazine Breakthrough Exhibition with Allison and Sarah, fellow Blurberati. The panelists represented different areas of the photography world: social photo sharers, fine artists, and photojournalists. While they all had different perspectives on the modern culture of photography, they seemed [...]

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Using BookSmart Autoflow

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Autoflow is one of my favorite features in BookSmart. I both love and hate it for its power and quirks. You can find Autoflow in the content panel, by the Get Pictures icon or start Autoflow from the New Book Wizard. Every time I make a book, I use Autoflow for a few reasons: Autoflow [...]

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Blurb gets some Java love

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AJAX and Ruby on Rails may be the buzzwords in the Web 2.0 world, but Blurb BookSmart has recently earned some cred in the Java Desktop Community. Jasper Potts, Sun Microsystems’ software engineer and blogger, singles out Blurb in his blog entry Blurb BookSmart: the best java app I’ve seen in a long time. BookSmart [...]

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