Ubiquitious computing should rather be called ubiquitous sensors: the digital interactions are being integrated more and more in our daily life – not just on screens, but in little sensors that we can interact and carry around with us. That means we need to deal with more and more complexity and interfaces don’t just need...Continue Reading
I have to admit I kind of like the feature in so many digital photo applications that allow me to “tag” photos by names quite easily – due to the functionality of face recognition. Analyzing patterns and making meaning out of it – that’s great, isn’t it? But if you think it through, if you...Continue Reading
A more holistic view on user experience. I have to admit that I do get stucked sometimes by focusing on technical constraints and interfaces. This video is a good reminder to look at problems with a very broad point of view.Continue Reading
Axure Styleguide Client: internal OBJECTIVE: Create a styleguide in Axure with responsive elements to guarantee consistency within a large project CHALLENGES: Working on a redesign of a very large and complex website we had to split the overall goal in several subtasks. As there were different UX designers and developers involved we needed to come up...Continue Reading
Mobile version of an existing website (adaptive design) Client: Concert Properties OBJECTIVE: Create a mobile version for a property website for just the rental search part (adaptive design) CHALLENGES: The design on a hand-held device should have the same look & feel as the desktop version but still needed to be adapted. MY TASKS: Define a information...Continue Reading
Kim Goodwin has some practical tips for designers on how to balance advocating for end users as well as helping our customers to achieve certain organizational goals.
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Lovely newsletter about UI ideas: Jakub Linowski (author of the Wireframes Magazine) is presenting practical tips and new ideas on making user interfaces easier to use and improve conversion rates. Updates should come on a monthly basis. Find out more about Good UI. Continue Reading