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Cataloging the art and science of user experience design
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Hiroshi Ishii Iceberg Model

Title: How to Design User Experiences for Tangible Digital Products Context: Once information is liberated from behind panes of glass user experience design stops being two dimensional. Synopsis: Up until now, most user experience professionals have had it pretty easy.

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The first use of a hashtag on Twitter

Title: Dropbox’s Head of Design on the Dawn of Personalized Products Context: You can dictate the final destination, as long as you allow the user to help pick the route. Synopsis: Users—for some unfathomable reason—appear to have minds of their

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Title: Everyone Deserves Great Design Context: A brief manifesto on the need for universally beneficial and demonstrably good design. Synopsis: Sometimes we look at design and treat it like a cute puppy; we “ohhh” and “ahhh” over it without every

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“MusicalImage credit: David Maddison, “Musical Chairs”, November 26, 2005, Flickr

Title: Designer Duds: Losing Our Seat at the Table Context: First no one in business listened to designers. Then they all did. Now only some do. But really, they all should. Synopsis: For a while there it looked like designers

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