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Nakagin Capsule Tower (6 photos)

Nakagin Capsule tower is an awesome piece of architectural history just near Shimbashi station in Tokyo. It was built in 1972 with the idea of creating a modular building where you could add and remove rooms as needed. Read more… Continue Reading →

We really need to do something about that UX vs Design photo.

I have no idea how many times I have been tagged in this image (or similar) with my friends saying “Amirite?!?!”. The thing is, this is actually an explanation for exactly what bad UX is. The dirt path is just… Continue Reading →

Adobe XD – Bridging the design/prototype workflow gap.

Note: This article is similar to an earlier post I made, but I wanted to look at it again since the app is now more refined and focus more on speed of workflow. You can see the original post here…. Continue Reading →

Cheap UX research!

UX doesn’t have to be expensive. There are so many ways to find out what you need to know with out having to fork out big amounts of money. 1. The coffee shop. Go down to your local coffee shop and… Continue Reading →

Focused Experience Design. Work smarter, not harder.

It’s the age old ‘quality over quantity’ debate. Why not just work on the things that have potential rather than wasting time on concepts that are going no where fast? By focusing your UX approach and making good decisions on… Continue Reading →

‘Words I read somewhere’ UX quotes.

I do a fair bit of reading, and like to write things down to help remember them. After a while I noticed I was getting a pretty big list of quotes about design and UX, so I decided to whip up… Continue Reading →

Sketch + InVision VS Adobe XD (part 1)

Introduction These days we have a so many options for creating app designs and prototyping them. I am always looking for different ways to improve my workflow and productivity. This is a little experiment/comparison of 2 workflows. It will be split over… Continue Reading →

Give UX Thanks

I read a nice post the other day giving thanks to all the good stuff going on in UX. We always hear about bad UX, because it’s easy to complain. But good UX is rarely noticed. That’s kind of the… Continue Reading →

Down with passwords!

Passwords kind of suck. For them to be at all secure they have to be at least 8 characters long, use 3 different types of characters and not be anything to relevant to you (think birthdays or kids names). That… Continue Reading →

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