Bookview: The Dance of the Possible by Scott Berkun

Summary A Satisfying, Convincing, and Actionable Initiator on Creativity Noah’s Notes It’s not uncommon that when we finish a book, we feel something lacking. Sometimes it’s because it starts strong and wears out at the end (like most bestsellers); sometimes because it facilitates thoughts beyond the scope (philosophy or mathematics); other times because it’s inspiring enough…

UI Design: Tabs or Submenu?

Ever wonder about the differences between tabs and submenu? They are more similar than we think. Both represent multiple pieces of information, both are ways to conceptually organize and categorize information, and both have often similar use cases. When a submenu is placed vertically as a sidebar, it’s almost the same as the tab equivalent….

Is Everyone a Designer?

All Are the Designers? The déjà vu discussion started from a tweet by Jared Spool: Anyone who influences what the design becomes is the designer. This includes developers, PMs, even corporate legal. All are the designers. — Jared Spool (@jmspool) March 1, 2017 Which led to a fascinating discussion down the line here: @jmspool Going…

Comprehension and Vocabulary in User Interfaces

User research almost always reveals something that demands further elaboration. Here’s one bit of a reflection. Our Products, Our Services, or What We Do? During a very simple user test on mobile navigation, the participants were asked to find information about the product/service offerings on several mobile websites and were later asked to reflect how…