Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients

Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients By Scott Hurff September 19th, 2014 BusinessPrototypingUser Experience 2 Comments As mobile designers, we have a stark decision to make: do we spend time learning new tools and changing our design processes to create our own transitional interfaces, or are the tools that we’ve been using […]

Freelance Vs. In-House: Which Produces The Best Designers?

One of my favorite things, besides design, food, and writing about design and food, is perturbing my fellow designers with strange questions. You guys should try it sometime; it’s really fun. Anyway, today I was thinking about the dynamic of an in-house work environment, and how it compares to freelancing. I’ve done both, and I […]

PDF Files: 10 Most-Wanted Tips

Most of us are frequent users of PDF. Whether we use it for work or for personal matters, it’s a format that is widely used as it’s reliable, trusted, accessible and is also adopted globally making it more convenient for people to share documents. It also works smoothly over multi-platforms, so a user can interact […]

Efficiently Simplifying Navigation, Part 3: Interaction Design

Efficiently Simplifying Navigation, Part 3: Interaction Design By Anastasios Karafillis September 18th, 2014 NavigationTechniquesUser Experience 6 Comments Having addressed the information architecture1 and the various systems2 of navigation in the first two articles of this series, the last step is to efficiently simplify the navigation experience — specifically, by carefully designing interaction with the navigation […]