Tag Archives: user interface

Wired for iPad: really exciting for advertisers, kinda meh for everyone else

iPad magazines are every ad creative's wet dream. Also, apparently, some kind of electronic magazine.
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Why engagement is a sucky goal for a landing page

Problems arise when the "why" of a design differs from the "why" of the project as a whole.
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A brief metaphorical interlude

The work of Michael Johansson as a metaphor for UXD and interaction design.
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The copywriter/art director team for the digital ad agency

Can we make the old team dynamic apply to the unique challenges of digital?
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How user experience design will kill the technology gap

As technology improves, so does its user interface.
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Mag+ makes magazines sexy again. (In the future.)

I'd be happy to see them all burn and go on with my RSS feeds and my carpal tunnel. But then along comes Mag+.
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The rise of infographics and the future of search

The kind of search you can use when you don't know exactly what you're looking for. Which Google sucks at.
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