Category Archives: User Experience

Diary Study App: Wireframes and User Stories

Before I felt like I could make my wireframes I had to sit down and decide just exactly what my app would do… at first. There are so many things the app could do but I didn’t want to over

Diary Study App: Wireframes and User Stories

Before I felt like I could make my wireframes I had to sit down and decide just exactly what my app would do… at first. There are so many things the app could do but I didn’t want to over

Persona Philosophy: Avoid BS Personas

Personas have become almost taboo in some UX circles. And it’s not because they’re not useful, it’s because they’re not useful when they’re done hastily, with a lack of real data and based on a lot of assumptions. Each time

Persona Philosophy: Avoid BS Personas

Personas have become almost taboo in some UX circles. And it’s not because they’re not useful, it’s because they’re not useful when they’re done hastily, with a lack of real data and based on a lot of assumptions. Each time

Product Review: Needs. Features. Benefits.

One of my favorite products are the headphones I use to listen to music every day. They’re so simple and discrete that one would barely notice them, but in fact, I spent a lot of time seeking out these particular

Product Review: Needs. Features. Benefits.

One of my favorite products are the headphones I use to listen to music every day. They’re so simple and discrete that one would barely notice them, but in fact, I spent a lot of time seeking out these particular

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So, I /Do/ Want to be a Designer!

This blog post, written by Aza Raskin, the prodigal son of  great designer, Jef Raskin lays out a great list of resources to learn from if you are interested in growing as a UX designer (or researcher). One quote that

So, I /Do/ Want to be a Designer!

This blog post, written by Aza Raskin, the prodigal son of  great designer, Jef Raskin lays out a great list of resources to learn from if you are interested in growing as a UX designer (or researcher). One quote that

Mobility Usability

Last weekend we went to visit my boyfriend Ian’s grandparents in Northern California. The weather was warm up there and we wanted to go outside and enjoy the sunshine. We took his 82 year old grandfather outside, but, as he

Mobility Usability

Last weekend we went to visit my boyfriend Ian’s grandparents in Northern California. The weather was warm up there and we wanted to go outside and enjoy the sunshine. We took his 82 year old grandfather outside, but, as he