Designing the Internet of Things – 5 Key Principles

Designing the Internet of Things – 5 Key Principles | IoT For All

IoT continues to gain tremendous momentum, and even more organizational interest, to the tune of multi-million dollar investments. Companies like Samsung, Google, Ford, GE, and more have made tremendous organizational shifts, in order to fully understand and contribute markedly to what many are calling the next big technological revolution.

How Artificial Intelligence Will Change UX

How Artificial Intelligence Will Change UX – RTInsights

AI tools can provide tailored user experiences to everybody. This year, the official buzzword for every business is “artificial intelligence.” You’ll be hard-pressed to find an organization that is not assessing AI’s capabilities to automate tedious functions, enable greater accuracy and efficiencies, and deliver measurable benefits to the bottom line.

The 7 most important website UX factors

The 7 most important website UX factors

7 Signs Your Website Needs a Facelift

7 Signs Your Website Needs a Facelift

A grey hair here, a wrinkle there. Whether we notice it or not, we’re all aging a little every day. Your website ages the same way. You don’t notice the dated styling or conventions because y…

The Beauty of Simplified Navigation

The Beauty of Simplified Navigation

Interactive. Consistent. Minimal. Those are all words commonly heard when talking about website navigation. But there is another word that should be included in this list: simple. A simple navigation is one of the more beautiful elements found in web design. It combines the best traits of interactive and minimal designs, while promoting consistency throughout a website.

Design Is Never About the Designer and Other Lessons From UX Designer Liam Thurston

Design Is Never About the Designer and Other Lessons From UX Designer Liam Thurston | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

“All of this begins and ends with human beings,” said UX designer Liam Oscar Thurston in the opening remarks of his talk at the Toronto edition of the FITC conference in late April.

Issue 133

Issue 133