Interaction design plans for the usable, beautiful behavior of interactive systems. Requiring consideration of both stimulus and response, it is an inherently user-centered discipline.

Wireframing: Tips, Tools, and Techniques (Pt 1) Wireframing: Tips, Tools, and Techniques (Pt 1)

Wireframes are an indispensable part of the website creation process. They provide a quick and easy means of communicating aspects of the site, ranging from information architecture to page layout, and they allow everyone involved to consider and, hopefully, agree upon all the fundamental aspects of the design.

On Potential Experience On Potential Experience

Fight Club is that kind of cult movie you almost can't help but like. In what has become author Chuck Palahniuk's characteristic style, viewers inhabit the mind of a dark, introspective protagonist as he tries to cope with a dysfunctional world.

Designing with Paper Prototyping Designing with Paper Prototyping

Paper prototyping is a key component of the user-centered design (UCD) process and is a popular method among designers. The characteristics of paper prototyping lends itself to the iterative approach that is so valuable in the UCD process

Consistency: Key to a Better User Experience Consistency: Key to a Better User Experience

In an effort to provide a quality experience to our users, it's necessary to be consistent in the design and content of a website. Consistency is a word we tend to hear frequently. The reason for this is: A harmonious user experience separates an amateur from a professional.

15 Desktop & Online Wireframing Tools 15 Desktop & Online Wireframing Tools

Engineered to make the design process as intuitive as possible, wireframing tools allow designers to construct visual representations of their interface before development begins. In this post, Tom Walker gives readers an overview of 15 of the most widely-used applications available. How does your wireframing tool of choice measure up?