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The ‘Hyper-Reality’ of the future

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Date: July 5, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on The ‘Hyper-Reality’ of the future Share:

Wonder what the future will look like? Hyper-Reality, a short film, takes a look into the crystal ball to reveal a world in which technology envelopes every aspect of human life.     Crowdfunded and filmed in Medellin, Colombia, the film explores the way physical and virtual realities are becoming increasingly intertwined due to technologies [...]

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Google and Levi’s “Connected” Jacket

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Date: June 9, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on Google and Levi’s “Connected” Jacket Share:

Google and Levi’s team up on a “connected” jacket that lets you answer calls, use maps and more At Google’s I/O conference today, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) research unit offered an update on its interactive textiles project unveiled last year, Project Jacquard.ATAP’s Ivan Poupyrev announced that the company [...]

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The key Ingredients of Mobile Design and UX Methodology

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Date: April 26, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on The key Ingredients of Mobile Design and UX Methodology Share:

While mobile development is rooted in methodologies inherited from web and software development – Waterfall or Agile; Scrum and Kanban – there is no industry-standard methodology for the design stage of your mobile project. When you consider how important design and user experience (UX) is to the success of mobile projects – it’s crazy [...]

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The 4 Universal Requirements For Great UX

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Date: March 15, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on The 4 Universal Requirements For Great UX Share:

As the saying goes, build the right thing, then build the thing right. Usability is how well a product serves its purpose, and encompasses a variety of interface aspects: How functional is it? What’s the learning curve? Is it overly complex? We can break down usability into a few core components, based on adefinition from Nielsen Norman [...]

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6 Web Design Trends That Are Here To Stay

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Date: February 10, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on 6 Web Design Trends That Are Here To Stay Share:

Web design thrives on two things: innovation and imitation. Unfortunately, there’s often a lot more of the latter. We all like to seize upon the latest trends, use them until they’re ubiquitous, and then look desperately for the next big thing. Think about sliders. They were all the rage a couple years ago. Today, they feel dated. [...]

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9 UX Secrets I Stole From People Smarter Than Me

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Date: January 27, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on 9 UX Secrets I Stole From People Smarter Than Me Share:

Like most people, I like to think I have good taste. But if I do, it’s only because I’ve been ruthless about one thing: stealing secrets and strategies from people a lot smarter than me. I’m fairly new to the UX field, but I’ve had the good fortune of being exposed to world-class designers who’ve worked for Ideo, Google, CapitalOne, [...]

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The 3 Commandments of Great UX Design

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Date: January 13, 2016 Comments: Comments Off on The 3 Commandments of Great UX Design Share:

When it comes to the Ten Commandments, there’s quite a few to remember. Talk about cognitive strain. Guess, Hick’s Law wasn’t much of a thing back in Biblical times. For your convenience, we’ve narrowed down our list of commandments to just three. Yep, three. These are the three essential, non-negotiable elements for a great UX [...]

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