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(Very) Honest webdesign feedback.

(Very) Honest webdesign feedback.

Published on: Aug 16 2015 by Tom - Leave a Comment
How can you get really honest feedback about your website or digital project? Richard Littauer realised that when he gets drunk, he gets very honest, and it turns...
The best design is invisable

The best design is invisable

Published on: Aug 10 2015 by Tom - Leave a Comment
When something has been designed exceptionally well, you shouldn’t notice “the design”. You should be using a service which just works, not fighting...
The value in what’s free or hidden

The value in what’s free or hidden

Published on: Jun 25 2015 by Tom - Leave a Comment
I’ve spent my career in the charity and public sector, where services are often offered to those in need for free at the point of delivery. This can present...
A guide to getting responsive – a site for all sizes

A guide to getting responsive – a site for all sizes

Published on: Sep 30 2014 by Tom - Leave a Comment
I’ve been spending some time recently researching the evolving world of responsive design and want to collect here some of the information, guides and...
Build your website based on evidence, not false beliefs.

Build your website based on evidence, not false beliefs.

Published on: Jun 23 2014 by Tom - Leave a Comment
Zoltán Gócza and Zoltán Kollin have created a list of common web design misconceptions and collected data, facts, quotes and articles to separate fact from...
The psychological basis for UI design rules

The psychological basis for UI design rules

Published on: Oct 16 2013 by Tom - Leave a Comment
I came across a presentation by Jeff Johnson (Principal Consultant at UI Wizards) from 2008 discussing rules to user interface design
“Why we fail”, or “getting the design right and getting the right design.”

“Why we fail”, or “getting the design right and getting the right design.”

Published on: Sep 02 2013 by Tom - Leave a Comment
Victor Lombard writes about the downfall of Google Wave… I think of it this way: if we only test bottle openers, we may never realize customers prefer screw-top...