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SCOTT WEISS, Principal of Usable Products Company, is an Information Architect. Scott's design work can be seen on more than 900f computer desktops worldwide, including elements of both Macintosh and Windows 95. He chairs the New York City chapter of ACM's SIG CHI, the Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction. He also chairs the New York New Media Association's Design Special Interest Group, and has taught for the Digital Design MFA program at Parsons' New School.

Usable Products Company ( is an ease of use agency that conducts usability studies and designs information architecture for desktop and handheld web sites, software, and hardware products.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mobile computing, Application software Development, Pocket computersWireless communication systems Design and construction