The UI vs. UX debate and the more holistic picture of human experience
It seems that the decades old debate within the design community of UI vs. UX is rearing up again. Most recently with the metaphor of ketchup bottles. While I think this is a neat way to visualize the discussion, I’m convinced this is a growth marketing scheme by Heinz to sell more ketchup to designers. […]
Designing consistency: Impact on agencies and their customers
A long time ago in a galaxy where I still currently reside, I was a marketing & product designer for several multimedia agencies focused on building marketing websites for small businesses. The platform of choice for these small businesses? You guessed it: WordPress. Most of us know WordPress as an open source platform that’s fairly […]
Staying focused by shifting focus.
As designers, we have a single task. Finding a solution to a problem. No matter what discipline of design we work in, the premise is always the same. A problem exists and we need a remedy. But the thing is—problems are sometimes hard… really hard. Depending on the scope of the issue, finding the answer often […]
Open Source is the new Sacred Geometry
Wait… what’s Sacred Geometry? This is not an article about religion. My favorite definition of Sacred Geometry by Randall Carlson