Everyday UX …

This is a grab-bag collection of UX fixes and observations that apply to usability in general – often Beyond the Web.

Incidental Kitty Door

the Incidental Kitty Door

The magic of Design Thinking  is Insight

 

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The Value of Mis-Direction

 In Amsterdam, the tile under the urinals in Schipol Airport are so immaculately clean…

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Useful Distraction

People were terribly upset with the slowness of the elevator service…

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Burpless Oil Change

It seemed natural and common-sensical to hold the bottle at the top …

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Seeing is believing. Sort of.

 

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Zipcode Shortcut

I’ve seen this technique employed effectively on a few websites – I find it curious that it is not used more often…

 

 

 

Let’s face it; I’m kind of a pest. I get all persnickity when I believe that something is unnecessarily difficult. I need to come up with “a better way” – and I love it when somebody appreciates my suggestion.

 

The essence of usability design is the compulsion to make things work.

— John Vaughan

 

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