There is a really interesting Wired article in the newest issue about digital design (and really a lot about UX design) …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Experience Design
Q: Why has Apple’s competition struggled to do that?
A: That’s quite unusual, most of our competitors are interesting in doing something different, or want to appear new – I think those are completely the wrong …Read More →
Doug Dietz, a designer at General Electric. Dietz creates complex medical imaging equipment, including an MRI machine that is incredibly important to the medical process. But one day, Dietz saw a little girl crying, scared …Read More →
How did you get in to User Experience?
So often the answer is either visual design or development. In some cases both; design and development each allow for a unique perspective into UX. A developer may be …Read More →
“User Experience is more than…
front end development
a piece of the puzzle
a set of tasks
It is all of those things and so much more. It is every single detail we take in from …Read More →
The Importance of Dog-Fooding
Felton says the main lesson he learned from the experience of designing and iterating Timeline is that “Photoshop lies.” “You can come into a meeting with a very beautiful comp and it’s …Read More →
Because no, it doesn’t! To hear ‘well it works’ is one of the most frustrating responses one can hear coming from those who make decisions about a products development. ‘It works’ to an engineer and …Read More →
I love pizza. I love a lot of foods that aren’t good for me, but pizza is near the top of the list. My sister has a blog where she draws cartoons (that I highly …Read More →
A blog I wrote for the company blog.
There is a lot of discussion about the future of User Experience (UX) design among fellow practitioners. UX design, …Read More →
We are now in the middle of an Apple fiasco that has blown up so huge that it is being called Apple’s “Vista.” And if that’s not funny enough, it was Ballmer who said it! …Read More →