“Anticipatory Design is possibly the next big leap within the field of Experience Design. “Design that is one step ahead” as Shapiro refers to it. This sounds amazing, but where does it lead us? And how will it affect our relationship with technology?” By Joël van Bodegraven.
“We keep hearing questions such as: Should designers code? Should designers prototype? Should designers write copy? Let’s unpack what these really mean.”
“Recently I’ve been thinking about those magic moments in UX that happen when we’re interacting with our digital devices or services. We encounter perfect moments, when everything falls into place, in exactly the right way, at exactly the right time, as if it’s magic. It could be at your bank, in your car, a vending machine, or on your phone.” By Miklos Philips.
“We’re excited to share InVision for iOS 2.0, an all-new InVision mobile app—now with the new Conversations tab, to make it even easier to keep projects moving while you’re on the go.”
As designers we always deal with rational decision making, choosing what suits best according to the product’s target, sometimes even picking a color just because the client wants it, not because you like how it fits on your design. We’re not artists after all, even though somewhere deep down inside we’d like to see the world designed more artfully than just functional.
“Some fonts are meant to grab attention, but the letterforms that draw attention to large posters can be hard on the eyes when they’re used in a long piece of text. The best fonts for super long texts are clean, elegant and easy-to-read on screen and in print.”