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Why are we in love with the color blue
If people are so different in so many ways, then why are so many of us in love with one color – the color blue? Continue reading on UX Collective »
7 hours ago
UX Collective
Why are we in love with the color blue
The four facets of work fulfillment
We are entering the season of gratitude, celebration, reflection, and change. I support many clients who are in the midst of career... Continue reading on UX Collective »
7 hours ago
UX Collective
The four facets of work fulfillment
Doing user testing doesn't mean you're getting user feedback
In this post, I share some of what I've learned conducting user testing sessions, and how we can empower our users to positively influence... Continue reading on UX Collective »
7 hours ago
UX Collective
Doing user testing doesn't mean you're getting user feedback
7 reasons why UX designers should moderate a design panel
It's more than just asking a list of questions Continue reading on UX Collective »
7 hours ago
UX Collective
7 reasons why UX designers should moderate a design panel
The role of gamification in creating user engagement
Explained through gamifying DOOGETHER app Continue reading on UX Collective »
7 hours ago
UX Collective
The role of gamification in creating user engagement
Jobs to be done personas
Focus on the job, and all else will follow Continue reading on UX Collective »
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UX Collective
Jobs to be done personas
Pentagram's Harry Pearce designs new identity for international human rights organisation
Witness, the charity that places importance on the use of video to highlight human rights issues, has been rebranded to "encourage collaboration and participation". The post Pentagram's Harry Pearce designs new identity for international human rights organisation appeared first on Design Week.
16 hours ago
Design Week
Pentagram's Harry Pearce designs new identity for international human rights organisation
This landscape architecture firm's rebrand looks to 'reconnect people and nature?
Grant Associates has been given a new identity by design studio Supple, which looks to put people "in mind of nature". The post This landscape architecture firm's rebrand looks to 'reconnect people and nature" appeared first on Design Week.
16 hours ago
Design Week
This landscape architecture firm's rebrand looks to 'reconnect people and nature?
Design Week's most popular news stories of 2019
The healing power of art in hospitals was proved, VW rebranded to forget its past and embrace its future, Extinction Rebellion's rebrand captured imaginations and you told us why the Paris 2024 Olympic logo wasn't working for you. The post Design Week's most popular news stories of 2019 appeared first ...
16 hours ago
Design Week
Design Week's most popular news stories of 2019
Co.Design
Are we entering a Golden Age of movie poster design?
Digital streaming services and social media are creating new ways for studios to advertise beyond traditional, mainstream audiences, and that's creating new design opportunities. When you think of your favorite movie poster, what do you think of? Perhaps Saul Bass&x2018; posters for The Man ...
19 hours ago
Co.Design
Are we entering a Golden Age of movie poster design?
Co.Design
The world's most beautiful architecture is also the most equitable
"Justice is Beauty&x201D; tells the story of MASS Design Group's work building everything from hospitals in Rwanda to a memorial in the American South. Architectural projects are often a means to an end: they fulfill a need, provide shelter, create space. Beyond the blueprint, buildings have ...
22 hours ago
Co.Design
The world's most beautiful architecture is also the most equitable
Co.Design
Looking for a last-minute gift? Give a subscription box instead
Subscriptions are the gift that keeps on giving–literally. Like, every month. It's the 11th hour. You still haven't found the perfect gift for someone on your list. Shipping deadlines are long since past. Read Full Story
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Co.Design
Looking for a last-minute gift? Give a subscription box instead
Co.Design
This ingenious airline seat will make flying coach less awful
Privacy. Comfort. And yes, it will fit in economy–eventually. Luke Miles never felt comfortable in an economy airline seat. As founder and CCO for the U.K. design studio New Territory, serving clients like Boeing, he had worked on concepts for airlines, including new plane layouts that radically ...
1 day ago
Co.Design
This ingenious airline seat will make flying coach less awful
Co.Design
What the PalmPilot can teach us about designing products people love
Today, we have a love-hate relationship with our devices. There's a lot to be learned from Palm and its intuitive, inexpensive, functionality-focused PDAs. In our iPhone-saturated world, it can feel impossible to believe that at one point, around the turn of the 21st century, an entirely different ...
1 day ago
Co.Design
What the PalmPilot can teach us about designing products people love
The 10 biggest product stories of 2019
From an at-home blood testing kit to a holographic sat nav system, we look back at our most popular stories across product and digital in the past year. The post The 10 biggest product stories of 2019 appeared first on Design Week.
1 day ago
Design Week
The 10 biggest product stories of 2019
True North designs Royal Mail Yearbook 2019
The Manchester-based design studio used a 'versatile line motif? to link this year's 14 special stamp issues, whose themes include Star Wars, the Gruffalo, D-Day and Elton John. The post True North designs Royal Mail Yearbook 2019 appeared first on Design Week.
1 day ago
Design Week
True North designs Royal Mail Yearbook 2019
Newspaper launched to combat "lies" of 2019 election coverage
The "non-biased" newspaper is being distributed across London ahead of the election on Thursday. The post Newspaper launched to combat "lies" of 2019 election coverage appeared first on Design Week.
1 day ago
Design Week
Newspaper launched to combat "lies" of 2019 election coverage
Co.Design
Giving kids technology for Christmas isn't such a bad thing
Research shows phones can actually bring teens closer to their families. Phones, tablets, and laptops are usually at the top of many teenage wish lists at Christmas. But parents often worry that giving their children a mobile phone might mean they never see them again. Will they stay locked away ...
1 day ago
Co.Design
Giving kids technology for Christmas isn't such a bad thing
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