So you may have heard that Apple and Samsung are suing each other. I hate when mommy and daddy fight.
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Interview with Baymard web research institute, based in Denmark, and run by two remarkably dedicated men – Christian Holst and Jamie Appleseed.
Last week we launched the new Zee website – Zee is my company here in Brazil. We did the site in a single page, presenting the company, our works and keeping the focus on content and in a simple design.
Every day, more and more people want to learn some HTML and CSS. Joining the professional web designers and programmers are new audiences who need to know a little bit of code at work (update a content management system or e-commerce store) and those who want to make their personal blogs more attractive. Many books [...]
Do you like CAPTCHAs? Don’t lie, of course you don’t. On a fun scale, you rank them right up there with dentists and IRS agents. However, as an intelligent web designer or developer you understand that they are a necessary annoyance.
Jesse James Garrett, who is a pioneer in user experience, sits down with Revolution to talk about why user experience deserves the attention of the c-suite.
It seems an endless discussion whether the user experience can or cannot be designed. The difficulty of the discussion lies in the level of abstraction. I believe that is because everything is an experience and everyone is a user. There is no standard definition, nor consensus among the practitioners, of what experience design really is.
Oliver Reichenstein is the founder and director of Information Architects, the Tokyo, Zurich, and Berlin-based design agency.
I have just finished a wonderful book, Reading in the Brain: The New Science of How We Read, which ostensibly is about the origins and the neural underpinnings of the human ability to read. Dehaene not only takes on the conventional wisdom that reading is a sequential, letter by letter process, but he unwittingly sheds [...]
Digital-book publishers and retailers now know more about their readers than ever before. How that’s changing the experience of reading.