Many products that require users to interact with them to carry out their tasks have not necessarily been designed with the user in mind. Typically, they have been engineered as systems to perform set functions. While they may work effectively from an engineering perspective, it is often at the expense of how the system will be used by real people.
- Jennifer Preece, Yvonne Rogers, Helen Sharp, Interaction Design

This is Chuck Martin's personal site:

This is, among other things, my web programming "sandbox." I've created a small random quote generator (right). There are 9 quotes in the database.

From here, you can view my professional portfolio page and go directly to my LinkedIn page.

Here's a page that contains photos of where I used to live, in the last place I lived in SF, before I moved to the peninsula.

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