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Microinteractions Can Be Big

“Microinteractions are all around us, from the turning on of an appliance to logging into an online service to getting the weather in a mobile app. They are the single use-case features that do one thing only.” Dan Saffer – (Microinteractions) How do you know when you have a new notification? How do you turn […]


The evolution of designer species

We are witnessing an interbreed of the different designer roles, let’s distill each of them. “If you imagine a product as the human body, the bones represent the code which give it structure. The organs represent the UX design: measuring and optimizing against input for supporting life functions. And UI design represents the cosmetics of […]

Bots personality

About a bot’s personality

Although conversational user interfaces (CUIs) aren’t completely new, just remember Microsoft Office assistant Clippy, the often unsolicited, annoying paper clip 📎 we can observe that lately they’re becoming sharp-witted, useful and also building their own personality. Where the nice CSS, layouts and design elements aren’t used and necessary, the right words, expressions and the proper […]