MOBILE UX DESIGN - JERRY LIEVELD

Passionate about UX, Mobile, Design Craft and connected experiences.

jerry lieveld
founder and chief creative at dare.to.difr

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A Hands-On Guide To Data-Driven Design

In world where analytics rules, design is becoming evermore data-driven. Is it something worth paying attention to and are the bonuses of it worth the effort? Before getting straight into Data-Driven Design, we have to make sure we understand what data is in this…

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When Objects Talk Back

We expect a lot from something that is labeled as smart. But as smart as a product could be, data analysis and sensing is not enough to design a fully trustworthy experience. bit.ly/10axlgm

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With Mindware Upgrades and Cognitive Prosthetics, Humans Are Already Technological Animals

In recent years, the surprising idea that we’ll one day merge with our technology has warily made its way into the mainstream. Often it’s couched in a combination of snark and fear. Why in the world would we want to do that? It’s so…

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The Idea of a Natural User Interface is Not Naturally Easy to Grasp

Natural User Interface (NUI) is a concept that sounds simple enough at first but then it defies a simple, one-sentence definition. bit.ly/1sNAhu3

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Should More Banks Acquire Design Firms?

Underscoring the importance of a great customer experience, Capital One has acquired the San Francisco-based design and user experience firm, Adaptive Path. Is this a testing of the waters by a historically innovative financial institution … or the beginning of an industry trend? bit.ly/11xbrEl

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AI Algorithm Masters Space Invaders in All-Night Gaming Session

Remember Space Invaders? The arcade game and later Atari hit pitted a lone pixellated laser cannon against a swarm of equally pixellated descending aliens. Maybe you enjoyed the game occasionally, or maybe you stayed up all night seeking mastery. bit.ly/11x8Zh6

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Putting ‘Intuitive’ Back Into Intuitive Design

Early hominids could look at a stick and intuitively infer different uses for it. A stick is good for scratching your back, beating stuff, propping things up, etc. They didn’t have to be told how to use it. That’s how intuitive products work. bit.ly/1wE4ISB

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4 Wearables That Give You Superpowers

Super strength. Super hearing. Super artistry. Super expression. The future of wearables is really a quest for human enhancement. Mark Rolston used to be CCO at Frog Design. Now he runs his new consultancy, Argodesign. bit.ly/1pG5cTW

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8 Ways to Identify Unmet Customer Needs

Innovation can’t be legislated. It can’t be bought. Where does it come from? Innovation comes from identifying customers’ needs and meeting them. Easy to understand. Hard to do. Companies like Uber, Airbnb, and Intuit understand this–and they’re doing it. bit.ly/1qATn0A

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The Who, What, When, Wear, and Why of Wearable Technology

Mobility is about making content available when and where users want it, as efficiently as possible. Just as mobile devices opened up the ability to access information without sitting at a PC, wearable technology allows data interaction without even holding a device. bit.ly/1v76hK4

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CUBI: A User Experience Model for Project Success

We all want to be a part of compelling creative projects—projects that solve business problems and engage users through meaningful and valuable experiences. bit.ly/YgZtNl

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Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients

As mobile designers, we have a stark decision to make: do we spend time learning new tools and changing our design processes to create our own transitional interfaces, or are the tools that we’ve been using good enough? bit.ly/1uz9X50

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User Experience, Entrepreneurship, and Redesigning Democracy: An Interview with Dirk Knemeyer

Dirk Knemeyer, shown in Figure 1, is a UX thought leader, an entrepreneur, a game designer, and a former UXmatters columnist. bit.ly/XOSvyx

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: Dealing with these competing priorities at each stage of product development

What matters more: killer UX that makes people want to use your product, or shipping the things people want quickly and staking down a huge share of the market? If the UX is bad, people won’t want to use it. bit.ly/Zbk0Uy

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Looking Forward: Screen Sizes, Infographics, Wearable Tech

Those who read and studied Richard Saul Wurman and Edward Tufte, and adored the artifacts they created and curated, look up to the two godfathers of information design with respect and admiration. bit.ly/1sbQCUZ

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