Very cool and better solution for CAPTCHA issue. Easy and simple for users to prove themselves humans, and also probably easier to implement.
This is an excellent example of Internet of Things.
This cup recognizes what you are drinking and keep track on your ‘drinking history’.
Yves Behar has designed a new smart cup called Vessyl, which detects what you’re drinking and display its nutritional contents in real time.
For more information: Vessyl
Online education system: Deliberate transcript and highlighting feature
One thing I really love about Lynda.com is this feature. The user can see whole transcripts for online classes. As a video proceeds, transcript is updated real-time and a part a tutor is talking right now is highlighted.
This feature definitely make this media available to people with hearing disorder and also people who is not good at English listening. Even for native speaker, it is very useful to review what was explained and said in precise manner.
This article showcases array of very good examples for current mobile-responsive design era. It’s deliberately explaning why it matters. A good article.
This article looks at some examples of interaction design in which smart interaction, defined by subtle animation, gently improves the user experience. Weâll share some lessons drawn from various models and analyze why these simple patterns work so well.
Of course, how people perceive color is highly depending on his/her cultural context. We need to learn it before deciding colors on your design. But this is still a good reference.
The psychology of color as it relates to persuasion is one of the most interesting—and most controversial—aspects of marketing.
Because some (many) mobile website suck. This happens if mobile website does not support what the user wanted to do and the user is familiar with web interaction, user transits to full website. “32% of customers” tells that how large portion of mobile websites are doing wrong.
There Is No Mobile Internet!
by Marek Wolski
It’s recommended to read this article both beginner and expert UX practitioners. It’s always quite interesting how other professionals setup their own lab.
Yes, they are likely to be forgotten when days are busy.
Not new, but good to read it again.
- Focus on the Primary Task
- Elevate the Content that People Care About
- Think Top Down
- Give People a Logical Path to Follow
- Make Usage Easy and Obvious
- Use User-Centric Terminology
- Minimize the Effort Required for User Input
- Downplay File-Handling…
Usability rule #8: Do not place negative button right next to other (frequently clicked) buttons
I’m looking at you, Tumblr.