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Rick Wise, CEO of Lippincott, says experience innovation is the next design imperative. Here are five things you can do this year to make that happen.
Very enlightening, The conundrum is that Experiences cannot exist without Products and Products cannot thrive without Experiences!
If you want to rule the future, understand now that the user and user experience must be at the heart of your work. Remember, too, that leaders will have to consider those who may obliquely interact with your products/services (e.g. form opinions without a direct experience). How will you convert them? UX UI IxD
Research and analysis help show you the workflows, usability principles ensure it’s clear and intuitive, but how do you get… Read more…
Research and analysis help show you the workflows, usability principles ensure it’s clear and intuitive, but how do you get to delightful? You’re on your own there.
To get an audience to commit to a relationship, you must show value, trust and possibly most importantly, create an emotional connection with them.
Emotion equates Experience!
Now that our marketing must win hearts and minds finding ways to cut through clutter and engage emotions is critical.
Good article with some very compelling insights into the important role emotions play in creating experiences that build brand loyalty.
Learn how you can maximize the user experience using mobile UX design strategies that are trending.
Enter Now and Find Out How to Implement Mental Models in UX on Your Resource for User Experience Information and News.
blog about user experience by silvana churruca
Google's best practices in research before user experience.
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It almost seems that this year flat designs have taken over the world of graphic design by force, but especially in the arena of mobile apps with the first industry-shaking flat design being for the iPhone5. Reality is that flat design has been around longer than the emergence of the iPhone5, but of course it was Apple that helped to bring such cross-industry awareness to the design style.
I was wrestling with why we are suddenly awash in "flat design". My first thought was flat design is more lean, easier to figure out where to go and what do do. Nope.Flat design is upon us because of mobile as this excellent post and 25 examples shares flat transfers beautifully between desktop and mobile. Flat is the new black, so wear it well and find inspiration in these 25 examples.
Infographic: Planning, Design, and Optimizing a Website by Douglas Karr on Marketing Technology Blog
Anything you can find to help SIMPLIFY concepts related to creating or optimizing a website is valuable. This Infographic creates an interesting visual map, a map that makes the process feel easier and less daunting.
Apple's iWatch Could Charge With Magnets And Sunlight: The tech company is reportedly looking into alternative charging methods to overcome batterysize constraints.
Idée à transposer aux montres cardio-GPS. 8h d'autonomie comme présent chez beaucoup de fabricants c'est bien dans beaucoup de situations. Mais pour de l'ultra-trail, de la randonnée longue ou des raids, ça devient faiblard.
These might be some answers to charging the wearable devices, what do you think?
Think of how easy technology will be to use if everything just recharges automatically...
The Pros and Cons of Responsive Web Design vs. Mobile Website vs. Native App (The Pros and Cons of Responsive Web Design vs. Mobile Website vs.
Practical advice on how to make it into the User Experience (UX) world even though you have little experience. An ideal article for UX job seekers.
Most companies are clueless. Many products seek to hire a User Experienceer (or some such variation on the term - User Experience: What's the difference between UI Design and UX Design?) once a product has been invented by the business, built by programmers, QA'd by the QA team, and left to withe...
Web Design Example IntercoreThere are a lot of things I like about this website design for the private equity firm Intercore such as: The Good* Responsive Design.* Animated Storytelling (love the factoids fading in and out).* Large Hero. * Flat color palette (monochrome color schemes).* Location of social media in CONTACT area. The BadThe biggest nit I have is the lack of social media, but that brings up an interesting choice too. I'm betting a private equity firm isn't dependent on the web either for customers or SEO so Intercore's decision to only have Facebook and to put that link low down on the contact page reflects their business model better than it would most (who need customers from the web and care about SEO). I Liked the company and there is confusing information on their abaout page. Don't feel compelled to play shuffle the deck in social media. If I was going to explain their corporate umbrella the Facebook About age is not where I would do it (lol). Interesting and good ideas well executed to steal here. Whoever created this site knew what they were doing from a design and content architecture perspective.The UglyBy zooming out on my laptop I found their Twitter link. This is one of the perils of responsive design. The link is also broken directing into the home page so will share the fact their Twitter is broken on their Facebook page.
There are a many aspects of good web design, and whitespace is certainly one of them. Whitespace is the empty space around design elements such as images, text,
White space can be the most defining design element of any website. Hard to use well though. Here are 13 examples of how to use whitespace in your website designs.
ADOTAS – This article shares some of the recent research from the brand new IDTechEx report, “Wearable Technology 2014-2024”. Wearable [...]
It's important to realize the reach wearable technology will have.
Great opportunities and challenges, in order to realize the best #customer experience.
How do you see the industry evolving?
Answer (1 of 33): Agreed that most other things have been listed but I'll add a huge factor that we might not be considering: Psychology: Many of the themes that we have mentioned above rely on in-depth knowledge of user behavior, user motivations and what influences users. We can see the psycho...
Thought-provoking discussion on Quora!
Brand experience designers must determine how to translate and transfer themselves into a world where the virtual and the physical are one.
This is the transcendence of Experience Design!
There are divergent things happening in the product and interaction design community. On one hand, we have some amazing pieces of writing from the likes of Ryan Singer and Julie Zhuo, moving our craft forward. On the other hand, we have a growing number of people posting and discussing their work on Dribbble, the aggregated results of which are moving our craft backwards.
2014 We Design Trends1. Grid Layouts - Agree & Is Good!Yes visual marketing + pinterest + mobile is making the grid ubiquitous. I created a Mondrian grid in 1999 when we launched FoundObjects.com (not gone sadly). Grids help share MORE information faster and in the same space than any other design element. 2. Image Captions - Agree and is GREATThe area immediately under an image is HOT. Everyone looks there but few designers use captions to reinforce or explain the image. Paying more attention to keywords under images is a great idea. 3. Extended Form Elements with JQuery - Don't Know? Does anyone?Can't comment on this trend as it is new to me and I don't program so its potential benefits are fuzzy at the moment. 4. Deeply Focused Landing Pages thanks to Mobile - Agree & Is CoolDon't understand this trend except enough to say COOL and WANT ONE. 5. HTML5 Video Players - Agree and GLAD Don't play your videos on YouTube only since you just make the rich get richer. Figuring out how to play videos "in your stack" is important and having your own HTML5 player is cool. 6. 3D vs. 7. Flat Design - I come down on Flat Design as the winner due to mobile. 8. Personal Portraits - Agree and Like9. SVG Vector sweeps web as browser support escalates. Agree & Glad. 10. Fonts get cool thanks to server advance - cool and like but not a religion or anything lol. 11. Lazy Loading Animations - cool and can think of several uses. 12. Customized Image Galleries - cool and we need. 13. Mega Navigation Menus - Don't know but don't like idea, seems confusing where confusion can really hurt. 14. Expanding Search Bars - cool and will use. 15. Featured Detail List - LIKE and is cool and new to me. 16. Mobile First Design - Agree and am doing my first now with CrowdFunde. 17. HTML5 Canvas - cool and new to me. 18, Pixel Sprites and Browser Games - New to me but COOL!19. Quick Registration via social - AGREE!20, CSS3 Keyframe Animation - Cool, want one.
Here are some current WEB designing programs.
It's amazing what can be done with CSS these days. Support for the latest CSS3 properties is strong in the latest versions of all the major browsers - even Internet Explorer - and the possibilities for typography, animation and interactivity have never been greater. But finding web design inspiration can be tricky.
The future of web design...
CSS3 has some cool applications as these 50 examples show.
For many, user experience design is about creating interfaces that are easy for users to understand and navigate.
Great Scoop Terry!!!
Many designers stop at the effective and useful side of design thinking, but forget or leave aside the satisfaction side of things for the user. the more involved we are in the discovery of the full user experience, the better engaged our users will be with a digital product.
Meet the pen that will outlast us all. 4.EVER Pininfarina Camiano uses an alloy called ethergraf, which is similar to the tip of pencil, yet doesn’t break, need to be sharpened, or run out. Italian car design company Pininfarina temporarily stepped out of the automobile sector in order to create a revolutionary writing tool. The company’s …
Sometimes delivering a phenomenal User / Customer Experience requires thinking completely outside the box!
Sketching anywhere, any time. Great for budding artists and people like me who can't seem to find a sharp pencil when I need one.
Will it last for ever because we should be using paper less? Still it looks good!
In every field of design there is a common challenge; making complex processes simple. It's true that engineers are always looking to innovate and find new ways of doing things. However, the goal is never to make things more complicated.
To design the groundbreaking app Paper, Facebook built an in-house IxD tool first. And then the company shared it with the world for free.
Very insightful and interesting... Now I want to try Origami!
With Facebook's highly anticipated Paper, users also get Origami-- the company's image editor that is a great counterpoint to the traditional & static Photoshop tools.