Category: Design

  • A (Broken) Light Bulb Moment

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    A case for innovating without the blindfold Picture this: they were some of the smartest minds in the world working in NASA. They completed the first lunar vehicle and send it to space and encountered a serious issue: the light bulbs kept exploding. They spent considerable time and money trying to solve this issue by reinforcing […]

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  • Is Facebook listening to you?

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    The biggest challenges in the design of speech and audio interfaces frequently repeated urban story is that someone talks about an arbitrary topic, say “cars” and minutes later he sees a car-advertisement on Facebook. Or that you talk about “Greg” and seconds later you see a “Add friend” notification for someone named Greg. This highlights a […]

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  • The Rise of the Brands

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    The Day the World Stood Still On 2nd April 1993, as consumerism became increasingly integrated with people’s lives, the unthinkable happened: one of the world’s first and foremost leaders in advertising and design bent down to price pressures and cut back on advertising. The company was Philip Morris, which had announced a 20% reduction in the […]

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  • Make a Digital Artifact that Helps Somebody

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    So, your goal is to create a purpose-built digital artifact. But what even is that? Can it be just anything? Well, yes and no. A digital artifact is a human-made object in digital space. We make digital artifacts every time we interact with one another, or even with ourselves, in digital space — in ways that, however they appear […]

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  • Highlights of a design centered company — what helped Apple Watch dominate the market

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    Design thinking mindset and design sprints at your company- Part 1. Case 1: There is a grocery store in your backyard. The store is clean, the selection is wide and the prices are ok too. You could easily do your shopping there and it would be the most rational decision to make.. the cashier lady is […]

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  • Why you should be doing design challenges

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    Design challenges help sharpen your UX skills, offer a chance to network with other designers and create unique solutions. Here’s why you should do them Ever wondered how to solve world hunger? What about changing the face of western democracy? Maybe you’ve thought about ways to make paying a parking ticket as simple as a click. […]

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  • Case Study : Puma RS-0 Play the Game

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    For the Love of the Game Here at Superhero Cheesecake we love video games. If you’ve ever been in our office you’d probably have noticed the games cabinet with our old Nintendo, Sega, Playstation and Xbox systems, or perhaps you may have heard the shouting during the daily FIFA challenge. Similarly, we also love shoes, but […]

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  • 10 things I wish I knew before my first corporate UX design job

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    They somehow forget to teach these. Almost two years ago I sat down in front of a computer screen, in an open office space, waiting. I was nervous, eager to start and terrified. This is what I wish I had known before sitting down in that chair. The first 5 could be applied to most jobs […]

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  • New UMIDIGI A3 Renders Leaked: Design and Specs Revealed

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    While the UMIDIGI A1 PRO proved to be a success in the first half of 2018, the consumers are now looking forward to the new generation product. If you happen to be sleuthing on the upcoming UMIDIGI A3, please pay attention to this:you no longer have to wait for its ultimate launch date to know […]

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  • Why urban tech should empower cities, not solve them.

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    “Cities need a sword with which to defend themselves against Silicon Valley.” This, to my surprise, was one of the first things that John Edgartold me when I asked him why he started Stae, a new data management platform for municipal governments. Having experienced both the potential and the potential risks of urban tech while working for and with […]

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