Sweetgreen seems to have its mind in the right place when it comes to embracing present and future technologies to offer an amazing UX. Image by Sweetgreen. Sweetgreen has come a long way since opening its first Washington, D.C. salad bar in 2007. 15 years have passed, and they are now on track to reach over 200… Continue reading The UX of Sweetgreen
Tips for design influencers, unethical bridges, right-to-left UI
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. Moses, the so-called “master builder” of mid-20th century New York, was very concerned that white-only spaces in America (like beaches) might eventually be opened to all people. When designing the Grand Central Parkway in the late 1920s — a road intended, in part, to give New Yorkers “an easy way to… Continue reading Tips for design influencers, unethical bridges, right-to-left UI
Are we going to need food in the Metaverse?
A vision for how the world of food could evolve with web3. I was skeptical. I shouldn’t have been. Last week, I had the opportunity to attend YFood’s Insights & Innovation event, which took a deep dive into rising trends in the food tech space, specifically web3 and automation. As a UX designer, I’m interested in… Continue reading Are we going to need food in the Metaverse?
How to Make a Website for a Restaurant With WordPress (Quickly)
Running a successful restaurant is no small feat. But, in order to be successful, you need a constant stream of patrons who will visit your venue on a regular basis. The best way to ensure this is to create a website for your restaurant. By doing so you will be able to share your menu,… Continue reading How to Make a Website for a Restaurant With WordPress (Quickly)
How To Free Up And Unblock Your Creative Energy
Out of all the incredibly creative people, very few actually work in creative jobs. One of the best writers I know works for an accounting firm. A singer friend of mine works in HR at an insurance corporation. I can see just how fortunate I am to work in design and actually get to pursue… Continue reading How To Free Up And Unblock Your Creative Energy
Chatbots round-up #6: the best bots of the month
The idea of automating and scaling one-to-one conversations using technology appeals to lots of brands and services out there, and designers play an important role at defining how each conversation is scripted and the behaviors users can expect when interacting with bots. Here at uxdesign.cc, we have written several articles on chatbots and conversational interfaces,… Continue reading Chatbots round-up #6: the best bots of the month
A few things I learned from the second day at #Interaction17 #IxDA17
Interaction 17 is one of the biggest UX conferences in the world. Organized by IxDA, it brings together design leaders, professionals, and students from different continents to discuss the future of Interaction Design and our role and responsibility as designers in creating experiences for our users — as well as the larger impact the products we create… Continue reading A few things I learned from the second day at #Interaction17 #IxDA17