This post is co-authored by Michael Fairchild and Jeremy Katherman. That little minus sign before a number is very important. It can mean the difference between having money in your bank account or paying overdraft fees. It can be the difference between a deposit or a withdrawal. Negative numbers can be indicated in several ways,… Continue reading Ensuring negative numbers are available for everyone
An analysis of Uncertainty Avoidance and Amazon’s website in various countries Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash What do Switzerland, the US, Sweden, the UK, and the Netherlands have in common? They are all rich, protestant, relatively cold countries where a big part of the population consists of (former) immigrants. They also form the top 5 of… Continue reading Risk tolerance: why some countries prefer more complex UIs
Today, the entire world has undoubtedly gone mobile as more people access data and information via digital devices, tablets and smartphones. Apps are commonplace for shopping, connecting with people, navigation and managing data. In fact, mobile apps are today more interactive, attractive and easy to integrate with various smartphone features. The current apps trend is… Continue reading 4 Strategies to Ensuring the Success of Your Mobile App
Photo by Talles Alves on Unsplash How many of you drink Coca-Cola? Did you know that initially it was not sold in supermarkets, but in pharmacies? In the beginning, the recipe included alcohol and was used to cure headache, nausea, and even addiction to morphine. A vintage 1917 Listerine Antiseptic ad. Credit: Vintage Art Clips Let’s try… Continue reading Comparable experiences: The starting point for inclusive design.