Here are some links to interesting things from the past few weeks.
- Wired reports on user complaints with the new Kindle ebook reader’s text rendering.
- Touch Usability’s Kevin Arthur posted a neat behind-the-scenes of how Nokia phones get tested for durability
- Smashing Magazine rounded up a list of well-designed tabbed navigation schemes from around the web. Earlier they also evaluated/redesigned Craigslist to improve its usability.
- Ars Technica examined how electronic medical records (which we’ve discussed before) may be hindered by state privacy laws