When is a unicorn not a unicorn?
This fall I attended a UX (user experience) meetup in Seattle. When people asked me what I did for work, I told them I was a full-stack developer with a specialty in UX. (In
Wearables were all the rage at CES 2014, the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. But was there anything truly new under the sun? I think there was: the dual-display Razer Nabu.
It's not that the Nabu does anything ground-breaking. It tracks your
Last week, I had an interview with one of the largest tech companies in Seattle for a UX designer position. I didn't know what to expect. I was told it would be a technical interview, so I was prepared for the dreaded two-way code-window
In a panel I attended at Internet Week 2013, "Tomorrow's Media Landscape," one of the issues discussed was how to express content across the various media available: print, TV and radio, web, mobile app and social. I would also
[Part 2 (of 2)] For those of us who design digital interfaces, one of the practical results of HCI research is a set of best practices for usability that helps developers make your -- the user's -- digital experience as seamless as possible.