Pinching to zoom on touch-screen devices is such a common gesture today that it’s hard to believe Steve Jobs wowed audience members (who actually cheered and applauded for close to 20 seconds) when he first stretched his fingers against the...
I used to call myself a UX designer, but I don’t think I can anymore.
You see, I have in mind an image of a UX designer that does well to achieve a user-centered, holistic experience; and I’m nowhere near that. I keep making mistakes as a designer. I’m sorry, but I can’t help it. Maybe I’m one of *those* designers – all talk and no show. At least, I’ve been more able to identify my weaknesses. Let me try and list them here, which is one step towards a remedy perhaps.
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