It’s been almost a month of using Axure. It’s not all roses and sunshine, but it definitely is the best click-able prototype creation tool I have used. With that said, it still leaves ALOT to be desired. Here are … Continue reading The UX of Axure Part II
A conversation with Merlin: Me: Hey, can you conjure up a cow? Merlin: Sure [POOF]. Easy. Me: Cool! How about a purple cow? Merlin: Oh, hmm. That’s hard. Yes, but it will take a while. … Continue reading Easy Magic and Hard Magic
Say hello to my little friend: And I thought the point of school wasn’t meant for learning.
At work, they hooked up with Waiter.com to provide lunch delivery. I just used the waiter.com site to register. I am not saying this is the worst site in the world. However, Waiter.com is freakishly bad. Look, … Continue reading The UX of Waiter.com
I wish someone had told me this as a child. The point of elementary school is not to learn. The point is not to train you for an adult life. The point of elementary school … Continue reading The Point of School
SME stands for Subject Matter Expert. It means that you have extensive experience doing tasks in a particular field. The question is “If you are looking for a designer, should you try to find one … Continue reading Should a designer be a SME?
There is a technique I use alot when thinking about the architecture of a SaaS product. It’s called Main Street. It comes from when I visited Disney Land. The technique makes an analogy of building a product … Continue reading UX Technique: Main Street
What is the best method for a designer? Storyboards or Prototypes? Storyboards These are used to tell a specific story. You can not click wherever you want. It’s just a series of screens in a … Continue reading Storyboards or Prototypes?
When do you give up? Let’s put that another way, When do you realize you made a mistake and try something different? Yes, that sounds much better. Yet, it’s the same thing. I have seen … Continue reading The UX of Giving Up
I love April Fools. It is permission to have a sense of humor once a year. It takes time to come up with a good joke. It should be clever and not too mean. One … Continue reading April Fools, 2010