The Post PSD Era doesn’t want to kill designers.

Posted 4 years ago by Trevor Connolly No Comments

In fact, it needs them more than ever. As an interactive designer, I am of a dying breed. I am one of the many interactive designers who is slowly being nudged (pushed, shoved, tossed) out of the digital design process. And I have the Post-PSD Era to blame. The Post-PSD Era is a product of […]

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Smart is Seamless: How UX Leverages Edward Tufte’s Principles of Visual Information (Part 2)

Posted 4 years ago by Kyle Averack No Comments

In the excavated necropolis of Beni Hassan (Figure 1.0), an Egyptian archaeological site dated from the 21st century BC, twelve out of thirty-nine tombs, carved into limestone south of the city Al Minya, bear the remains of wall paintings and inscriptions brilliantly depicting the artistic talent of the time and of an idealized record of […]

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The Web of Trust

Posted 4 years ago by Trevor Connolly No Comments

How to overcome your user’s privacy concerns in the age of Big Data, the NSA, and Cyber Warfare. We live in an age of opportunity. Technology is pushing forward in pursuit of making everyday life simpler, more convenient, and more informational. Behaviors once reserved for only SciFi movies — such as remotely controlling our home security or […]

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Smarter UI

Posted 4 years ago by James Utley 1 Comment

I’ve seen many UX designers create thorough work that was very user friendly, but somehow fell flat after development. While I was at the SXSW interactive conference, Gabe Martin and Robby Grant from archer>malmo pointed out exactly what was missing in their work and often in mine—rich animations. Animations are often an afterthought for a […]

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Keynote for Prototyping

Posted 4 years ago by Joung Kong 1 Comment

If you’re a UX-Designer, you probably find yourself sketching on scrap paper, field notes or in your fancy notebook. However, after working on your rough sketches, you find yourself bringing your design to life with some kind of software. Programs like Photoshop, Balsamic and Axure, allow you to structure and arrange light gray boxes in […]

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Eight Designer Tips to Get You Motivated

Posted 4 years ago by Yung Tsai No Comments

If you’re a designer you’ll probably hit a wall every now and then. Sometimes it may be because there’s a change of deadline, a change of direction or some disagreements over a design decision with a boss, this can cause apathy on what you’re working and sometimes coffee just isn’t enough to get refueled, because […]

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