If you enjoyed yesterday’s walk down memory lane, and you lean toward the technical/programmer side, then you might enjoy this fluff piece–a look at the evolution of the ShapeSheet.
Ah, the days before color, when engineers wore ties!
One of the inspirations for Visio was an experimental piece of software created a long, long time ago. I was happy to finally track it down on the internet, finding articles and demo videos that I’d like to share with you!
[Read more…] about Before There Was Visio, There Was SketchPad
The Visio Guy website has been around since September 2006. That’s coming up on three years now! I can hardly believe it.
First, I’d like to thank everybody who has visited this site and made it such a fun occupation for me! I’d also like to thank my wife for putting up with my typing and ignoring her in the evenings.
Then I thought it would be fun to share with you which posts have been your favorites.
Whether you change size or position, data stored with the shape, select a context menu item or double-click, a Visio shape can be built to show that something has changed.
A classic example of this is a simple rectangle that changes color when you extend it beyond a certain length…
Well today, I just couldn’t resist serving up a little Leap Friday fun.
As winter winds down, and we’re all slacking before the weekend, a little period-piece about the one-time Visio Corporation seemed to be just what the doctor ordered.Yesterday, an old colleague’s name popped up in my Inbox with a link to a photo of my very first marketing endeavor.