In this interview, designer of the Week and HIDC speaker Evelyn Kim talks about Google product design, her evolution as a designer in tech and more.
Tomorrow’s tech may be something we’ve already seen. But are we finally ready for it...and do we really need it? Future shock and boredom reign in big tech.
Join us at the HOW Interactive Design Conference series! Here are 4 sessions to look forward to.
What user future tech—user interface technologies, software and/or hardware from sci-fi books, movies or television look promising … or downright awful? Experts weigh in.
Is everything you’re learning about interactive design work coming from the design world? If so, it’s time to look up from your desk.
Stop-motion animation may seem like a tedious endeavor, but the riveting results make it well worth it. The process requires superhuman focus, obsessive attention to detail and endless dedication. To bring the objects in a stop motion animation to life, animators must create scenes frame by frame, photographing every movement. Once they have all the photographs,...
“Employers want to hire nimble thinkers: people who are not only content experts but who also are agile in adapting to new technology and new directions in their fields.” — Robin Landa Robin Landa’s latest book, Nimble: Thinking Creatively in the Digital Age, encourages and nourishes nimble thinking — the ability to adapt and...
Using QR codes in design work isn't a new idea, but using them effectively can be a challenge these days. Roberto Blake explores 3 effective uses for them.
Roberto Blake addresses usability, discoverability and aesthetic appeal in web design.
Patrick McNeil offers examples of decorative animations that both add to the overall experience of a web design and play a functional role.