Why can’t I just tap there to increase brightness? iOS requires me to reach out for actual slider button to increase brightness. Some limitations have to be reconsidered. I’m voting for one hand use UX improvement across the board. :) Advertisements
The book provides a solid overview of the most used research techniques that could help anyone designing a product make better decisions.
moo.com do some lovely packaging. Got a klout.com perk for free business cards from them, and that’s what I ended up with! The little thing made my day, really.
Value user’s comments and feedback. Use it for more effective sharing. Simple usecase: Open a photo on flickr > leave a comment > share a photo > comment should be attached to a shared post by default. Alternatively, provide that as an option, pre-filled text, whatever — just don’t make me type in my reaction… Continue reading Value User’s Input
Your product is only as good as your default setup. Nobody goes to play around with a bunch of smart settings you have buried under that gear icon.
I think key reason why working in a “digital agency” doesn’t excite me is that most of UX work there is around temporary, one-shot advertising projects. You craft a single campaign for a single brand that would be running for a month or so and then gone into non-existence. Consultancy, on the contrary, deals with… Continue reading Digital Agency vs Consultancy
Me looking for a coffee shop near the office and looking for one in a different city are two different stories. I demand more from a local business. But when far from home, the expectations level goes down — I just want get something decent fast. Do you design for this kind of flexibility?