Pamela Pavliscak delves into the Internet of Emotionally Intelligent Things and discusses current emotional digital life, design with feeling and the future with new emotionally intelligent design.
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Reflective Practice in UX Design
Robin Nash, UX consultant at Nomensa discusses how the UX Design team reflect on previous experiences to facilitate organisational learning.
S=R/E or How I’ve Learned to Let Go of Delight
Stephen Hawking, in writing the introduction to “A Brief History of Time” reported the long-standing folk rule about science writing for lay audiences: Sales cut in half for every equation he introduced in his book. Two things about that: A) I can’t find any authoritative source for the original notion and 2) what does that mean for this article when the title is an equation?
Defining the Online Style Guide in UX
Style guides are becoming more part of our UX design process here at Nomensa. In fact it’s now very difficult to create a website without the rigour of cataloguing the system in some form of a guide. There are lots of different forms of guidelines which exist for different purposes. Here’s a quick look at some different types.
12 Top Tips for Perfect Photoshop Housekeeping
Working on a PSD file from someone else can sometimes be a nightmare: No names on layers, nothing grouped, all vector images flattened, all images cropped, no fonts saved, no colour swatches and so on.
Something that should have been a 5 minute job can often turn into several hours of work. Follow these 12 simple tips to avoid this happening.
5 Reasons to use Paper Prototypes in UX Design
Paper prototypes are an excellent and cheap tool to get feedback on early designs, but they are not as popular as other UX techniques. Ana Crespo explores why, how and when to sue them in a project.
Guest Blog: Happier Hippos - a design solution that is already in your head | by Pete Trainor
- 13th August 2015
Wow - What an incredible gift it is to be able to speak at the British Museum at such a momentous date on the Design calendar. Honestly, I'm like a child.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton once famously said "I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder"... A couple of the design principles that make for Happier Hippos (don't worry, you'll be in on the Hippo secret once you've heard my talk) - Thanks and Gratitude.
The Art of Visual Story-telling
With the wealth of visual media around us today, there’s strong evidence to suggest that the visual articulation of the ‘art of story-telling’ never really went away. Tim Blass explains...