Having had this blog offline for quite some time, now I will be sharing more of my ideas, design processes and creative artifacts.
Amazon’s designers created a little animation in their book, making you want to open the book and own it. I shared this with the owner of littlebigdetails.com and they created this post about it.
Using incorrect grammar in push notifications is an undesired way of keeping the people who signed up for a service up-to-date. This morning I got a push notification from the Monsterboard app (iTunes) telling me about one job openings. Although tiny, it is a mistake I wouldn’t expect from them. Translation: ‘There are 1 new […]
This guy has taken paper prototyping to a new level with a CNC milled fake ironPhone. Awesome way to WOW your clients…
A group of 24 Media Design students from the Fontys attended my guest lecture and paper prototyping workshop today (have a look at the presentation – in Dutch). In short: after I explained what paper prototyping is, when I use it and how I choose to execute user testing sessions we dove into the real […]
While I was updating a password at my iTunes connect account, I was positively surprised with how Apple was guiding me to move swiftly through the password updating process. Basically they provide realtime feedback on password forms. How realtime feedback works After answering the security questions (social engineering alert to self) I got to the […]
Going to keep track of mostly interaction design related matters. Stay tuned.