Category Archives: ui

Are Users The New Designers?

Posted by Paul Blackburn |11 Aug 15 |

In 2010, James Bridle discovered that his Apple iPhone was collecting and storing his location data. The experience brought him to the realization that as a user, his actions were actually helping to design the experience he had. This week, author Paul Blackburn shows how the roles of user and designer will become more intertwined, as IoT technology becomes commonplace in our daily lives.

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Are Users The New Designers?

Posted by Paul Blackburn |11 Aug 15 |

In 2010, James Bridle discovered that his Apple iPhone was collecting and storing his location data. The experience brought him to the realization that as a user, his actions were actually helping to design the experience he had. This week, author Paul Blackburn shows how the roles of user and designer will become more intertwined, as IoT technology becomes commonplace in our daily lives.

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The Perception of Control

Posted by Marli Mesibov |04 Aug 15 |

As we create positive experiences, we sometimes create the perception of control, even when the user doesn’t actually control the situation. This week, author Marli Mesibov discusses the ethics involved in designing for perception rather than reality.

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Connected Experiences are Compelling Experiences

Posted by Dan LeBoeuf |14 Jul 15 |

Today our phones can connect to our alarm clocks, our watches, and maybe even our coffee pots. Dan LeBoeuf, a designer who focuses on connected experiences across multiple devices, explains how we can use connectedness to improve our UX work.

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Cognitive Demand, Not Always By Design

Posted by Nicholas Bowman |12 May 15 |

It’s amazing how many features and how much functionality we can now provide to our users. This week, author Nicholas Bowman shows us that it’s time to consider not only what we can do, but what is helpful to do.

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Cognitive Demand, Not Always By Design

Posted by Nicholas Bowman |12 May 15 |

It’s amazing how many features and how much functionality we can now provide to our users. This week, author Nicholas Bowman shows us that it’s time to consider not only what we can do, but what is helpful to do.

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