Archive for the ‘Interaction Design’ Category

A great video on what the User Experience designer does in the style of David Attenborough… Credits for this video go to Lyle Alzaldo Advertisements


Working in product development for middle to large companies it is very easy to hide behind a lot of walls. The “product manager told me so” or the “technically it is not possible” or the “the CEO thought that was  a great feature” one. Practically they exist, but in order to get the user experience […]


Most of the time I don’t like too woolly theories that practically don’t make any difference at all to what you get. I am sure that a lot of companies that use this theory all the time have a user experience to cry. Must be: Don’t annoy people As Steve Krug’s book title: “Don’t make […]


I must admit that designing for small surfaces has one very big benefit: constraints. Designing for a normal screen gives you way more freedom, but it is too easy not to stick to that one thing that really is important. Small screens on the other hand force you to stick to the core, those basics […]


Sometimes there is no way out, saturday, IKEA Hell. After nearly kicking 2 lovely jovely couples that seem to have a romantic moment on a saturday afternoon in IKEA (for God’s sake, how is that possible?) and being distracted by stuff I really don’t want but my wife yes, we arrived at THE QUEUES. THE […]


SaaS and the Cloud are great. You have all your data available easily and from wherever. If you are doing a good job and have great API’s to extract from and enter data into your application you open the true gates of heaven. Being a fan of Tim Berner Lee’s call for action: RAW DATA […]


How do you flush? On a recent visit to Tokyo I was amazed at how fluid the user experience of everything from trains to restaurants is. It seems that whenever you have a question, they have already thought of the answer. One thing that drove me up the wall though after spending 10 min in […]