A reflection on my own experience transitioning from software development to illustrate how our backgrounds help or harm our designs.
I combine divergent and convergent ideation techniques in this 60-minute workshop, where participants generate, vet, and refine multiple solutions toward a common challenge. Printable and digital participant forms are included.
When the standard HTML5 form input controls are not suitable and the case for the creation of “expressive” input controls.
My review of the framework after an intense, two-week deep-dive, implementing my first project.
To create something unique, consider the processes, techniques, and tools you use.
Match user research activities to your subjects’ temperament and be aware of how their temperament compares with your own.
Of all my thoughts on how to design interactions, here are the ones that have resurfaced most persistently.
An exercise for rapidly engaging and absorbing books