Serif or not to Serif

I found this article awhile back regarding the use of sans serif and serif fonts. http://www.alexpoole.info/academic/literaturereview.html Although sans-serif fonts are widely regarded in its use in webby stuff, that doesn’t mean that a serif font can’t work as well toward building highly legible sites. The conclusion is obvious – use type appropriately based on your […]

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the iPhone is a “personal” device

As Interaction Designers, we’re always encouraged to appreciate and design for the idiosyncratic user. However, it’s not always easy designing the occasional odd habit, as human as they are. I was inspired by Bill Buxton’s Sketching User Experiences to revisit my love for comics. I used to spend hours sketching portraits and making comics and […]

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UX is overwhelming

I am drowning in a sea of stuff! Is it me, or is there just too much information out there about UxD, IxD, IA, human factors, etc. I haven’t even done my first proper wireframe sketch. Maybe I just need to back off for awhile and give myself some tiny projects to focus on, until […]

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