Title: Redefining security visualization with Hollywood UI design Context: Don’t judge a product by its UI…pffftt! Just kidding! Totally judge everything by its UI. Synopsis: Bells and whistles. All sizzle and no steak. Freshly painted front porch but nobody home.
Title: Authentic Design Context: There are lots of competing theories on what digital design should be. And approximately 0 ways of knowing which one is right. Synopsis: Arguments over the correct way to design things is as old as our
Title: Fixing A Broken User Experience Context: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But if it is broken, get up off your lazy ass and get to fixin! Synopsis: Fractured user experience. Mis-aligned product portfolio. Multiple visual languages and
Title: Lost in translation: Bridging the gap between interaction & visual design Context: When it comes to interaction design and visual design, can’t we all just get along? (Even though we usually do, for the purposes of this post, pretend
Title: Do You Know When To Communicate Verbally And When To Communicate Visually? Context: Tell me, I’ll forget. Show me, I’ll remember…Wait, what was I talking about again? Synopsis: The brain is a funny thing. The way we’re all wired
Title: Clive Thompson on the Power of Visual Thinking Context: Shut up* and draw. You’ll make more sense. *Not meant pejoratively. Synopsis: As designers we are particularly good at thinking visually. When working with people who are not so “artistically”