»Design is not entirely subjective, nor is it entirely objective, but it is both at different times« — Jon Kolko
and welcome to issue #47. I already told you a few weeks back that I'm about to move to a new home and I'm happy that I can finally call it like that. Everything's furnished and I even have my own internet access now!
While it's cold and rainy outside and the days become shorter, I think it's the perfect time to lean back and take some time to read a little bit about design:
- Designing with constraint: Twitter's approach to email
- A nice post about the design nuances the Project Comet team had to tackle - Building Project Comet: Details Matter
- Worth reading and scrolling - A Visual Introduction to Machine Learning
- »The key takeaway is that to design well, you need to understand expectations [...] and be self-aware of your abilities and when you may need assistance.« - Intro To Product Design
- On crafting a Longterm User Experience
- 7 things I learned working at a user-centred design agency
- A great write-up by Ugmonk's Jeff Sheldon on how he designs and launches products - From Concept to Product Launch: How I Designed the 7th Anniversary Set
- »Notifications are the telemarketers of the 21st century.« - The Future of Wearables
- Windows turns 30: a visual history
That's it for this week. Remember to follow me @kaibrueckers. Also, please don't hesitate to send me your recommendations if you found something that could be interesting for »UX und Tollerei« readers. Thanks for reading!
See you next week
Published on Nov 22, 2015