Do you ever wish that you had more time to work with the UX in a system?
Let's catch it
At the end of May I was visiting the yearly conference Jandbeyond. This year I had a session where one of my topics where Attention.
When you create an application or a website, you always want the user’s attention. As a designer, you want to be able to control that attention to get the user to do what you want or to complete the task they have in the most satisfying way.
What is it you can be quite sure that your user never will remember? The one thing you need to enter an application, and today the key to all your applications. Password. I hate them, the user hates them. No one can ever remember them.
One of the features you look into when valuating usability is how the applications handle errors. One of the most common errors in applications today is the user’s ability to remember passwords.
I want the users of my applications to smile.
Have you heard about it? Where do it come from and is it here to stay?
Have you heard about Twitter bootstrap? The design framework that is said to change the web?
– We behave as we’ve been taught until we learn a new way of being
how it all started