Keeping Your DUX in a Row

By Michael Flanakin @ 10:07 AM :: 1760 Views :: .NET, User Experience :: Digg it!

Ok, I just thought about something and had to tell somebody, so I volunteered you... (suckers)  Last week, I took a WPF class Brian Noyes Syndicated feed put on. In that class, he mentioned how the main reason people will consider WPF, at least initially, is when they're looking for a "differentiated user experience." I couldn't help but chuckle as my [strange] mind processed this, tho... "differentiated user experience" = DUX... so, if you want to ensure you have a differentiated user experience, you probably want to keep your DUX in a row. HA!! Get it! DUX -- ducks? I kill me!

...ok, forgive me. I just had to get that out. I'm not nearly a dork on here as much as I am in person. I need to work on that.