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"...a list of Second Life tutorials. This isn't meant to be a complete compilation, but specifically lists tutorials I've personally viewed and have found helpful. I (Torley Linden) started this with the intention of providing an easy-access resource for
tutorial for open source stats program "R".
Comedy skit about video blogging styles. More informative than you might think...
A way to fix something that's generally broken in AJAX apps.
LSL tutorial from Kansas. (Didn't you say we weren't in Kansan any more, Dorothy?)
Another good page about scenarios on usability.gov; this one talks about scenario writing for user testing in system evaluation.
Describes a project using paper prototyping + scenarios. Not too long, easy read, good info.
Brief but perfect method description for writing scenarios, including an answer to that persistent question, how long should my scenario be?
Minimalist looking web page with a very nice, brief description about its topic. Also has link to oodles of scenarios contributed by others around a single topic.
Doesn't include any super clear examples, but does describe a great method for task analysis and creating scenarios from task analysis results.
Hey, the title was in caps, I just copied it. Good example of a way of doing a scenario on p. 95 (page 4-5 in the PDF).
nice brief tutorial showing use of scenarios. good brief explanation and lots of examples.
Open Courseware - pretty comprehensive coverage.
Tutorial by Jakob Nielsen
CRAP stands for Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, Proximity - not what you were thinking.
Python aficionados (and aficionadas): If this doesn't blow your hair back, you're using too much styling mousse. Ruby on Rails-like.
Pretty good 15-minute introduction to Ajax.
For people who build web sites - a source of some great ideas.
How-to on the implementation side; not about architecture, philosophy, etc.