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Cataloging the art and science of user experience design
January 2012
Image credit: Michael Porter, "eBook Readers Galore", October 4, 2010, Flickr

Title: In the case of interactivity, we’re still at the phase of irrational enthusiasm Context: Wolfram Research co-founder Theodore Gray talks eloquently about the interactive design of e-books. But he could be talking about any interactive design discipline really. Synopsis:

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Image credit: Jeff the Trojan, "Business Casual", January 18, 2011, Flickr

Title: Why Designers Will Become the Next Gen of CEOs Context: We are no longer the weird guys in the basement. Now we’re the weird guys in the boardroom. Synopsis: Businesses are increasingly being built and revamped around a core

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Title: The Rhythms of Work vs The Rhythms of Creative Labor Context: We all work for a living. The lucky among us also labor at something we love. Synopsis: Many pages have been filled since the dawn of the industrial

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Title: You Say You Want a Devolution? Context: The only thing that stays the same is constant change. Unless you are talking about the last 20 years or so apparently. Synopsis: Anyone remember the stylistic and cultural differences between the

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Blind PersonImage credit: Eddie~S, "Blind Person", June 2, 2009, Flickr

Title: What To Do When You Meet A Sighted Person Context: Bringing the need for accessibility home one smart-ass, sarcastic blog post at a time. Synopsis: The problem with sighted people is that they have sight but do not always

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Title: 5 Lessons From The Best Interaction Designs Of 2011 Context: What did we learn about interaction design trends in 2011? Read on to find out. Synopsis: Ah, the end of year list. What a great user experience. Reducing the

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Title: How designers and engineers can play nice (and still run with scissors) Context: We spend more time with them then we do with our family. Isn’t it about time we started to like them too? Synopsis: Sure we are

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Even the most creative iconoclast must play by the rules now and again. via creativesomething.net