Product Co-Creation: 5 Lessons for Designers and Businesses

[ad_1] Mixing your own drink at the soda fountain, ordering a personal message on a paper greeting card, or selecting the fabric, sleeve style, and length of a dress — these are all ways brands are co-creating products with their customers. And, more and more, these experiences are becoming central to the design process. Today’s

Designing for Different Screens and Devices: 7 Steps to Creating A Great UX

[ad_1] From a smartwatch with micro screens to the widest TV-screens, content should be developed to be viewed and interacted with across a range of screen sizes. But designing for different devices is more that just resizing content to display on different screens. It involves a lot of complexity: designers need to maximize the user

Better Understanding Users Through Ethnography

[ad_1] They’ve been called superpowers—ethnographic research skills that empower user experience designers to better understand their users and the motivators that drive them, ultimately leading to a more holistic design. Rather than putting yourself in your user’s shoes, ethnography encourages researchers to observe users as they walk around in them—noting from a distance their behaviors,

The Go List: 8 Photographable Destinations

[ad_1] If you want to take beautiful photographs, location certainly helps. Emily Nathan, photographer and founder of travel-lust journal Tiny Atlas Quarterly certainly knows a thing or two about incredible locations, and she gives us her picks on the best places to go to score stunning imagery. Our bags are already packed… Tahiti, French Polynesia