Empathy is a curious, human capacity that pervades the worlds of both art and design. In this article, the first of a three-part series, author Seung Chan Lim (Slim) explores the direct relationship between making art and realizing empathy.
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What can we learn from failure? A great deal, says Victor Lombardi. In his latest book, Why We Fail, Victor tells over a dozen stories of projects gone awry and how their lack of success can inform our design strategy.
What does literacy mean for those of us who create the web? In the first of this three-part series, interaction designer Andrew Maier looks at the political affordances of the web and the way in which cadence affects our work.
Education teaches students the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed and, in turn, become good citizens. Kat Davis explains how teachers can apply the lessons learned from service design to that end.
Summer’s here and the UX conference train is about to leave the station! Interaction designer Brad Orego asks the eclectic mix of speakers at UX Mad 2013 to explain what UX means to them.
The one-two combination of publicly available data and ubiquitous technologies presents exciting opportunities for would-be civic designers. Interaction designer Andrew Maier recounts the altogether brief history of citizen experience design and provides avenues for readers to get started.
Increasingly subtle, pervasive interactions require us to return to our roots, to question our assumptions. Thomas Wendt provides perspectives for designers looking to bridge the gap between their intention and user’s interpretation.
Getting lost in the minutiae of user experience research can affect the way we design for the Big Picture. Writer and user experience lead Jod Kaftan discusses why and how you should strive for design transcendence.
The word “corporate” carries with it numerous connotations. Andrew shares his thoughts on the challenges facing big brands as they design corporate user experiences.
What makes a good design conference? Intelligent discourse matters, of course; but what else? Share your thoughts for a chance to win an Amazon Kindle chock-full of design books, provided by our friends at Clearleft.