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Stephen Kellett

New UX Theme

We’ve been working on a new, calmer UX Theme for a while. The aim is to reduce the number of lines, have less visual clutter, […]

Development user experience
February 15, 2018
Stephen Kellett

Changes to the first run wizard

When you run one of our tools for the first time it displays the first run wizard. The first run wizard takes you through the […]

productivity user experience
December 20, 2016
Stephen Kellett

The Startup Wizard

We’ve just added a new Startup Wizard to all our C++ tools. The purpose of the startup wizard is to unify the various different dialogs […]

Development user experience
November 28, 2016
Stephen Kellett

We’ve been quiet for a while, sorry about that.

Hi, It’s been a while since we posted anything on the blog. If you weren’t a customer, regularly receiving our software update emails you might […]

Profiler user experience
December 18, 2015
Stephen Kellett

New graphics in Performance Validator

We’ve just introduced some new visualisations of performance data into C++ Performance Validator and .Net Performance Validator. The new visualisations make it much easier to […]

Future user experience
October 13, 2011
Stephen Kellett

Windows 8 Start Screen disaster

Over on the MSDN blog there is a series of articles about Windows 8. Among those articles are three articles about the Windows 8 Start […]

user experience
March 7, 2011
Stephen Kellett

User experience, alcohol and Buddhism

Last Thursday I attended an event hosted by Red Gate Software with the topic “User Experience in Software Development”. I also met with Roger Atrill […]

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