Kyle Byrd · Follow Published in UX Collective · 9 min read · 1 day ago — 1 Listen Share Midjourney If you’ve been following these posts, you may have noticed the word conviction comes up quite a bit. In the particular case of navigating radical uncertainty, it’s the battleground between biases and heuristics (how… Continue reading The role of conviction and narrative in strategic decision making
The case for authenticating humans, reclaiming our identities, and defending against the coming swarm of bots. It’s 2022 and we are living in the opening scene of a dystopian Black Mirror episode. The line between what is real and what is fake has already blurred. The line between who is real and who is fake is now… Continue reading I’m not a robot (but, are you?)
Rather than solely focusing on product characteristics and features, an authentic and creative narrative can convey brand values and connect with the target audience in a more strategic way. We are all the heroes of our own stories, and building a narrative around our experiences courses in our veins. Binging on stories is one of… Continue reading Storytelling as a service in SaaS
Hey Siri, we need to talk about the narrative of our relationship. I have spent the last few years looking closely at how we can design for presence, transformation, and more complex emotions. Our evolving relationship with intelligent technology is one of the most dynamic areas of this field. A recent book picks up this… Continue reading On the narrative of AI as fiction
From 45,000-year-old cave paintings to 21st-century space rocket diagrams, illustrations have long played a significant role in human communication. Pictures cross-language and literacy barriers, allowing people to understand and communicate complex moods and feelings that they cannot in words. When we were little, we could understand and appreciate E.H. Shepard’s illustrations of Winnie the Pooh… Continue reading How Illustration Adds Emotion To UX
This month’s collection of the best new websites launched or updated in the last four weeks features color, and more color, and then — just for good measure — a bit more color. Yellow is a hue of choice, but you’ll also find burnt orange, rich purples, and greens and blues in equal measure. What… Continue reading 20 Best New Websites, March 2021
It’s February, and the spring sun is finally starting to peep through the winter clouds. While many of us are still largely restricted to our homes, the web has kept on growing. We see a shift in attitude towards natural health, wellbeing, and sustainability, and these are now being branded less often as outliers and… Continue reading 20 Best New Websites, February 2021
In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to express emotion through typography by exploring the premise of expressive typography. These techniques can help you make stronger font choices and more communicative design choices, too. We’ll take a look at some expressive typography examples and explore how you can use these concepts in your own work. Soap Bubbles Photoshop… Continue reading What Is Expressive Typography?
[unable to retrieve full-text content] The case of autonomous vehicles. This is the last publication about the Master's research I’ve conducted when studying in 2018 a Hyper Island in Manchester. In the first two publications, I’ve respectively explained why autonomous vehicles onboard experience is likely to reinforce behaviours harmful to society and what design requirements… Continue reading Designing problems by designing solutions [Part 3]
62 Shares Simple and clean Annual Report Templates brochures for company Profile, annual report 2020, agency brochure or company brief. Brochure templates are very elegant and Professional. Create your company’s documentation quick and easy. These templates comes with paragraph and character styles, swatches, styles for your spreadsheet / financial info, block quotes, key figures layout,… Continue reading 25 Professional Annual Report Brochure Templates Design
No matter how good your engineers are, the application you are building will not feel the same between two devices. Internet speed, data usage, and device bandwidth are all technical limitations that result in distinct experiences. Network speed (3G, LTE etc) across the world and network quality across your living room may vary. In addition,… Continue reading Design with the engineering constraints
Posted · Category: Information If you work in or near technology, you are well-versed in the high-stakes economy of engineering salaries. All engineers are in super high demand for sought-after (and well paid) positions, the collective narrative goes. Hired’s first-ever Hiring Pulse Report: Q2 2016 adds some nuance to that narrative. TL;DR: Engineers are still… Continue reading Which Technical Skills Will Earn You the Most Money?