The ever-so-popular saying, “Fail faster” should always be followed by “… and always learn from each misstep.” If you adopt this mentality, you’ll discover that failure is an incredible opportunity to learn something about yourself—both as a UX professional and as a persevering entrepreneur. If you’re a freelance UX consultant, […]
Simplicity, or the lack thereof, is one of the first things users notice as they acquaint themselves with a new interface. To make that first impression positive, UX designers should strive to further simplify even their most seemingly simple designs, not only for the sake of creating a delightful user […]
You can ask the most technical coder of all, and they will describe their coding process as problem solving using a development language. And what is “problem solving” if not a core design skillset? Full article: https://www.uxpin.com/studio/blog/coding-is-designing/
Episode 133 of UX podcast featuring Val Head is particularly fascinating because it brings the topic of animation, which is often seen as a distraction reminiscent of Flash, to the forefront as an important aspect of interaction design. Because of the misuse of animation in the past, it’s gotten a bad reputation. It […]
I once drew a whole “photo album” of my stuffed animal’s fictional lives.
How can numbers help us understand people better?
Are current methods for understanding users truly useful or are they merely an illusion?
How can we add the time variable to the familiar roster of design criteria to accommodate the growing need of time definition in interaction design?
In this article I examine how desktop site search changed over time to accommodate the changing needs of users, and take a closer look at current trends.
No one wants to go in circles and waste time, so arriving at mutual understanding early is key to establishing trust and a good pace for deliverables on both ends. Most importantly – this allows the product to take center stage, and not anyone’s ego…