ArtLung Posts tagged with ux
- Choose a Gift for Phyllis (May 10, 2013)
This time of year is hard. Clicking through gets me to a grid of easily purchased items under the headline: “Choose a Gift for Phyllis.” Social media, Facebook, knows who my mother is. It’s smart enough to know that. And in spite of the fact that she died in October, 2010, I can’t bear, yet,…
- UXCampDC 2011 and memory. (Feb 13, 2012)
In January of 2011, more than a year ago now, I attended UXCampDC at the German Cultural Center, just a mile from The White House. Me and my family were still pretty raw from my Mom’s death in October, but it was great to get out and do something. My sister drove me to the…
- Wireframing: Hello Lonesome (Jan 26, 2012)
One thing I’ve really come to enjoy is the process of wireframing. Wireframing is low-fi design for a digital product. I do it for websites and apps. It’s a lot of fun. The tool I generally use is Balsamiq Mockups, which runs on Mac or Windows. I’m doing some housekeeping, so here’s a wireframe from…
- Intuitive Interface (Dec 15, 2011)
Although, the user appears to be disappointed in the results of using this skeumorphic* interface.
- Boxes and Arrows… (Mar 12, 2002)
Boxes and Arrows, a magazing about Information Architecture and User Experience, has launched. I’ll be checking it out.