Infographic Design & Data Visualization - Dam...
See on Scoop.it - Data Visualization and Infographics Not everyone’s a rockstar designer – or knows how to create infographics which tend to have a very particular visual style, in which case you should read this book by Julie Steeleon Data Visualization. See on damfoundation.org
Jacaszek — Pod Swiatlo
adrianoesteves: One of my favorites.
David Lang — This Was Written by Hand
Greg Haines — 183 Times
Adrian Klumpes — Improvisation Four
UX Tip Of The Day: Body Storming
Body Storming is a technique involving live actors in a troupe-like setting, used to capture nuances of human behavioral models. The messy parts of day-to-day life that fall through the cracks during design affordances. A way to harness these behaviors for useful prototyping, especially in the Mobile Design space. A way to account for the interesting and most importantly, illogical behavioral...
Mobile FIRST People!!
The following quote was in a recent article in Mashable on the imminent demise of Facebook… Pay attention, IT IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT! “If you listened to the IPO Roadshow, it was all about how good Timeline is, and how [the mobile version] will basically push people back to the desktop site,” says Jackson. “In their eyes, that seems perfectly normal — that people just want to access the...
What Sells CEOs on Social Networking →
Not design related, BUT a very interesting read on the future of Social…
Ethnographic Implications Applicable To UX →
10 Things User Experience Design Taught Me About...
See on Scoop.it - UX Design Empathy goes a long way. What motivators, challenges or pressures are the people around you experiencing? Nothing is done in a vacuum. Stay aware of how your actions might impact others. Before anything else, define what success is to you. See on hilarylittle.com