Archive for the ‘SaaS User Interface Design’ Category

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 […]


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 much fun, a desktop OS from Google. Not a surprise, but still a nice message to shake it all up a bit. CNET calls it a nuclear bomb and I guess it is. What does that al mean for the UX sector? Make our life easier. Maybe one day we can stop developing .exe´s […]


Mozilla build a great plugin for Firefox using a command line/search box that can take pre-build commands as well as natural language commands. See it as a mix of Google, Wolfram Alpha, the good old command line and one of those helmets that knows what you are thinking. For example, you write an email with […]


Lately I have been looking into the possibilities of merging the command line and the search box. Remember that nice black screen with the flashing white cursor? The promise of the blinking cursor Having loads of options in front of you, but no idea which ones? You could do whatever you want, but first you […]


There is quite a bunch of software on the market to create realistic prototypes, wireframes using the designs made in Photoshop, Illustrator etc. It looks great but it partly misses the point in my opinion. The whole joy of a wireframe is that it is fast, that you can check it fast and that it […]