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You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. ? Albert Einstein Assessment The test scores are out again. And once again, American kids aren't doing so well. You can choose any of the international standardized tests and on average, American children will always be stuck in the middle, compared with their peers in other countries. Teaching Kids Design Thinking, So They Can Solve The World's Biggest Problems | Co.Design Teaching Kids Design Thinking, So They Can Solve The World's Biggest Problems | Co.Design
Awesome Pure CSS3 frame boxes (no images) Awesome Pure CSS3 frame boxes (no images) Well, this is our first css resource freebie, inspired in the recently released useful photo frames. We have designed this set of high quality boxes without using images, pure CSS3 advanced techniques. :) These boxes works in webkit browsers only (chrome, safari) for now, we will work to release a cross browser version soon. Usage is pretty simple, just <div class=”box10″><p>content here</p></div> And that’s all!
Communication Crisis Communication Crisis I have reached a personal communication crisis. Too many channels. Too many messages. Too much noise. Too much guilt.
Design Welcome to a new era of design-led innovation. IBM Design engages and inspires forward-thinking individuals everywhere to impact humanity in ways that matter and endure. We’re looking for designers who will conceive, articulate and lead the future of IBM’s entire product portfolio. If you are passionate about solving critical and complex problems, interacting directly with end users, working with powerful technology, and ultimately delivering exceptional experiences through great design — we look forward to hearing from you. Industry professionals and upcoming or recent college graduates are welcome to apply. Design
Increasing numbers of websites are developing new types of user interface design, taking advantage of users' increasing levels of Internet-sophistication and faster connections. These new interfaces often allow users to view and manipulate large quantities of data. This article will have a look at some of the more interesting user interface design ideas we've come across recently: Slider-based filtering Fisheye menus Treemaps Drag-and-drop Innovative user interface design Innovative user interface design
Jerome Domurat took some awesome sketchnotes of SketchCamp. Thanks for sharing! Thanks to everyone who came out to SketchCamp! SketchCamp | Sketching the Future of UX – May 28, 2011 SketchCamp | Sketching the Future of UX – May 28, 2011
Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites - Smashing Magazine Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites - Smashing Magazine A website is never done. Everyone has worked on a project that changed so much after it launched that they no longer wanted it in their portfolio. One way to help those who take over your projects is to produce a style guide.
To a lot of people Information Architecture (IA) is some kind of remote construct with no apparent significance. However, IA permeates every aspect of our lives, and for e-commerce sites, good information architecture is paramount to success. Effectively, IA helps us to make sense of a world where data is being generated at an unprecedented rate. Our ability to make sense of all this data is heavily influenced by how it’s accessed, organised and delivered. Site search: five ways to improve your information architecture Site search: five ways to improve your information architecture
Passive magic, design of delightful experience Passive magic, design of delightful experience Why is Google Maps on a mobile device so amazing and delightful? Why does Word Lens feel so mind-blowing? Why does a Prius feel so good when you get in and go? Why does it feel satisfying to look down at the lighted keyboard on the Mac? It is noteworthy when the design of an experience is so compelling that you feel wonder and delight. When designed right it feels totally natural, some might even say it is truly “intuitive.”
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Remove onClick delay on webkit for iPhone Remove onClick delay on webkit for iPhone Developing on the webkit for iPhone I encountered a curious delay on onClick events. It seems that the click is triggered with about 300 milliseconds delay. While this is unnoticeable on a standard web page, it can be annoying on a web application. Fortunately the click event can be overridden thus eliminating the delay. I assume that 300ms is the time frame Apple guesses an user needed to perform gestures, but there are situations where this delay can be really annoying.
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At the BAYCHI Interaction Design event tonight, Rachel Hinman (Nokia) talked about where and how to begin designing for mobile in her presentation on Mobile UX Essentials. Here's my notes from her talk. Mobile is an interesting space but how do you get involved in it? Companies are hungry to know what to do with mobile but teams aren’t sure where to start.If you’ve been designing for the PC, there’s a few things that are similar: how to work in a rapidly evolving field; how to create experiences within technical constraints; and similar tools and processesBut a mobile phone is not a computer.Computer: predictable environment, large screen, multi-tasking, keyboard & mouse for input.Mobile: highly variable context & environment, small screen & limited text input, UI takes up entire screen, hard to multi-task.Many people try to shrink/port over desktop experiences. Mobile UX Essentials
Flattr's sign-up process: is this how you'd design it? The core idea of Flattr is great. You define a set amount of money each month (say $5) to tip content creators. Then, whenever you see something you like, you click their Flattr button and they get given a slice of your monthly quota. The size of the slice depends on how many people you tip that month – the more you tip, the less each individual gets. The concept is a bit weird at first, but if you think about it, the idea of a single-click micropayment tool is actually quite compelling.
Jeff Sauro • January 11, 2011 The short answer is no. Whether free or paid, use software, and you have to agree to pages of legalese. So-called End User License Agreements or "EULAs" are ubiquitous. Do users read license agreements?: Measuring Usability Blog
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Should I Work for Free? hey there! Who's ready to stop working for free? Hopefully you are!
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