Is this my interface or yours?
General guidelines on when to use “my” or “your” when dealing with perspective in an interface.
How Default Settings Rule the World
The designers who decide defaults have immense, potentially life-saving power.
Prototyping Happiness: A Designer’s Guide
Learning a prototyping tool and animating your ideas leads to more time designing and solving problems.
3 Myths About The Future Of UX
Some of the biggest misconceptions about where our Oculus Rifts and Hololens systems will take us next.
How Tools Have Shaped the Role of the Designer
Today we’re designing and building highly interactive experiences with a range of tools that allow us to work seamlessly across a variety of platforms & device types.
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Tools & Resources
Create and share designs with this lightweight tool in your browser.
Katie Dill – Hacking UI Podcast
Katie Dill, Director of Experience Design at Airbnb, talks about managing designers as a design experiment, why the user experience should be important to every employee, and more.
Elevating design through education
Join Designer Hangout and Aarron Walter for a discussion on design education, designing for emotion and building design teams. Also check out Aarron on DN FM talk about the future of product design.
Lucian is a product designer in Barcelona with a clean portfolio with selected case studies.
User Experience Designer at Wallaby Financial (Pasadena, CA)
Work with me to create amazing user experiences that help consumers make smarter financial decisions and save money.
User Experience Designer at Forum One (Alexandria, VA)
Help define the structure of sites and apps for organizations doing important work around the world.
Last But Not Least
It’s Ugly, But It Works: On Designing for Usability
There are some massively popular sites that are really ugly but they work because they do exactly what people need.
“Everyone’s rewarded for making new things. We should be rewarded for improving old things.”
— Amber Case