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Unsolicited Redesigns

: If you read design blogs, you’ll sometimes see designers to unsolicited redesigns of existing products. What you usually do not see, however, is the original designer answering, and explaining the rationale behind the original design. Tim Van Damme redesigned the iPad version of Instapaper. Now, Instapaper developer and designer Marco Arment has responded to […]

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Thinking about design process: simple or complex?

: In its most generic form, design refers to a plan for the construction of an object or a system. As such, it often requires disciplined set of steps, often called design process. It’s initial idea and purpose is to provide well established framework, foundations for design-related work. But often, design process can be too […]

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Beyond the UISplitViewController

: Apple came out with the split view on the iPad to take advantage of the big screen but they did not go as far as they could in providing ways to display more content on the iPad while keeping is elegant. Developers came out with solutions that are both visually nice while being a […]

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UX LX Day 2

: Trading cards of UX luminaries was well under way by day 2 of UXLX. Today, we had topics ranging from site strategy to comics. :

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UX LX Day 1

: With sun, sea, and a tropical 30 degrees C outside, no wonder people kept saying that UXLX felt like a vacation. You might think it a pity to be indoors. Luckily day one of the conference kicked off with some cracker material that justified staying inside. :

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The Value of Context in Design Pt.1

: This article takes a look at how context relates to interaction design it is becoming very clear to me that it has immense value on a few different levels, a value that is often overlooked or missed as we move through the various stages within design process. :

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iOS Usability Tips and Resources for iPhone and iPad Apps

: The process required for designing mobile applications takes dedication and eye-numbing precision. Most graphics designers won’t spend their time in this area since pixel-perfect creation becomes tiresome quickly. And although mobile design isn’t for everyone it does hold a special place in the hearts of many. :

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