Category Archives: User Experience

Advice from Silent Citadel

don’t worry too much about how you look, worry about how you feel. make art, all the time. If you’re not working on something be planning for the next thing. yes, we can do that, for sure Drink enough water. … Continue reading

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UX Interviewing, a Meetup

Last night, I attended my first Seattle Information Architecture & User Experience Meetup. A big thanks to Misty Weaver, @meaningmeasure, for hosting. It was nice seeing familiar faces, my ol’ web design teacher, my technologist mentor and fellow alumni and precious students … Continue reading

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You are a Graphic Designer: Playtesting

The log reads: PLAY TEST #2 fix. make different winner pages so the back button works. fix. Go Back to the USA. heeds new pics. fix. Your family is loving. page back button on winner doesn’t work. next time make … Continue reading

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Designing Beyond Photoshop: Eng speaks at Infocamp Seattle 2013

Phannipha Arunyaangkul, UX Designer in Seattle talked at InfoCamp 2013 about how Photoshop is a pretty rudimentary tool when it comes to app prototyping. UX tools include Photoshop and wireframing. But, interactions aren’t static. Facebook Home features a chat bubble unlike anything previous. “…something … Continue reading

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Open Source UX: Hoby Van Hoose leads a conversation at Infocamp Seattle 2013

Hoby Van Hoose (hobyvh) talked at InfoCamp 2013 about Open Source UX and the emergence of culture and community around user experience. User Experience is a budding discipline. How can we share information the way “view source” allows coders to learn from each … Continue reading

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Designers at Hackathons: Eric Bell speaks at Infocamp Seattle 2013

Eric Bell (ericthebell) talked at InfoCamp 2013 about Hackthons and why they are awesome! Eric Bell is a designer, formerly Seattle-based, currently lives in SF and attends hackathons. During his talk, he showed us some of his team projects at hackathons. A typical hackathon … Continue reading

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Design-thinking Workshop: Designing for a Healthcare Movement: How to Get to Minimum Viable Product Now — IxDA Seattle

Design-thinking Workshop: Designing for a Healthcare Movement: How to Get to Minimum Viable Product Now — IxDA Seattle. As part of this year’s Seattle Design Festival: Design in Health, I attended a “design-thinking” workshop. The design leaders at Substantial executed a hands-on workshop that illuminated … Continue reading

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