Myth #27: UX design is about usability
uxmyths: Designing for the user experience has a lot more to it than making a product usable. Usability allows people to easily accomplish their goals. UX design covers more than that, it’s about giving people a delightful and meaningful experience. A good design is pleasurable, thoughtfully crafted, makes you happy, and gets you immersed. Think of games, they usually have these...
The Case for Revolutionizing How We Teach Web... →
Meet Anna Debenham, a 20-year-old self-taught web developer from the U.K., who never went to college. She recently delivered a keynote address at Mozilla’s Drumbeat Festival on the Future of Learning, Freedom and the Web that inspired a standing ovation. Her treatise, on the pathetic state of web education (both at the high school and college level) details how dated material is not only...
Mega-Menus Gone Wrong - Jakob Nielsen →
User Experience - Middlebury College →
This site has a beautiful interface. Both the top and bottom sections scroll to reveal added navigation upon mouse-over. http://www.middlebury.edu/giving/
Go Mobile: The future of writing on tablets →
go: In a Q&A with Oliver Reichenstein of Information Architects (@iA), we explored what the future of writing looks like on tablets, and what the future of Web design holds. Reichenstein, who started the company in Tokyo in 2005, said his greatest influence for creating the app Writer for…