Title: Don’t Let What You Know Limit What You Imagine Context: The best way to set yourself apart from the competition is to stop doing everything the same way that they do. Synopsis: Being an expert in your field can
Jingle bells! Jingle bells! Jingle bells actually have a very low usability threshold. via nickfinck.com
Title: Too Much Pressure Blows Creative Tires Context: If you’re having problems being creative you had better read this. Now. Do I look like I’m joking? READ IT DAMMIT! Synopsis: You are in your seat at work by 9. 9:30
There are reasons why designers shouldn’t code and coders shouldn’t design.
Title: A Brief Rant On The Future Of Interaction Design Context: Everyone has a vision of the future. The crap part about them is that most of them were only visionary 2 visions ago. Synopsis: Your iPad is pretty cool
The pressure to produce ideas does not produce ideas. The time to play around with ideas does.
Title: How to prioritise usability problems Context: Problematic problems can be problematic to solve. Probably. Synopsis: Good luck trying to make something without any usability issues. It’s probably not even possible. So we shouldn’t be so concerned with the existence
It’s not the buttons in your UI, it’s the motion in your transitions. via ui-transitions.com
Title: The Dark Side of Design Context: Design can be used for evil as well as for good. Choose your path wisely. Synopsis: I’ve been tempted to cross over to the dark side of design a few times in my
Don’t make it hard for your customers to give you their money. Idiot. via youtube.com