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A love letter to Node.
We moved from thinking of ourselves as designers to thinking of ourselves as design thinkers. We have a methodology that enables us to come up with a solution that nobody has before.” — David Kelley
Yelp front-end engineer Jonathan Verrecchia will demonstrate the power of CSS preprocessorsand explain why he believes these are a game changer for front-end development in this presentation given at the San Francisco HTML5 User Group.
Jonathan will cover:
Sketching and wireframing are a specialized style of drawing, used for fleshing out preliminary complex ideas, group brain-storming, a lo-fi method for evaluating interaction concepts, and as a way of roughly perfecting a design technique.
All businesses, no matter what they make or sell, should recognize the power and financial value of good design.
Obviously, there are many different types of design: graphic, brand, packaging, product, process, interior, interaction/user experience, Web and service design, to name but a few.
In this post, I am referring to design as a broad and deliberately applied discipline, with the aim of creating simpler, more meaningful, rewarding experiences for customers.
In ‘The Lean Startup’, Eric Ries describes a design process to help manage risk when developing new products and services under conditions of extreme uncertainty. This article describes three established user experience techniques we can use to support this design process: narrative storyboarding; paper prototyping; and the Wizard of Oz.
The responsibility of leadership is not to come up with all the ideas, but to create an environment in which great ideas can happen.”—Simon Sinek
Check this out if you want to have a complete understanding of UX design.
Prior to becoming a senior UX designer at Popular Front Interactive, I spent two years as a mobile UX researcher within the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Mobile Technologies Group – a lab tasked with both future-casting and then rapidly prototyping innovative mobile experiences.
The best way to start off a mobile application is through wireframing. This is a design process where you lay out each of the app’s views in detail. This could be just a rough sketch, but many designers will spend time going that extra step. Wireframing is all up to your personal decisions and how much pre-planning needs to be done. I’ve gone into some detailed tips below focusing on creative techniques for intuitive wireframe designs.
My book pile has begun to bulge with new “how we did it” books by managers from established, brand-name corporations — and one newer disruptive startup, the luxury-fashion, flash-sale ecommerce hit Gilt Groupe. So often these tomes are overflowing with self-aggrandizing blather, but, to my surprise, this crop has some useful tips on how to start and grow a successful business.
Seung Chan Lim (Slim) has been working on this project for about 3 years that explores how the process of making works, what it means to make something, and why it matters to our lives.
I found his research very interesting and inspiring…It’s one thing that we should keep in mind while making and designing or even interact with other people in our eveyday life, “Seek to understand”. It requires courage and vulnerability. Not easy, but so powerful.
Brandon discusses the skill sets required to be a manager in the UX space today and how this translates into success with the interdisciplinary teams that make up most organizations. Brandon also articulates the necessity to differentiate that of a UX thought leader and a UX manager, as well as some of the top trends that are emerging in this young field for designers interested in making this transition.