Follow @iChang The Winning Moment: 10.30.2013, 11:24pm Bottom of the 9th, 2 outs. Koji to close it out. Carpenter at the plate. ELECTRIC. Captured forever. Brought tears to my eyes again watching it. Feel so lucky to have witnessed the run … Continue reading
Follow @iChang I came across this interview with Sam Farber, OXO Founder, the other day. He spoke of Human-Centered Designs (HCD) and how his number one guiding philosophy was Universal Design: A product’s function should be immediately apparent, and anyone should be … Continue reading
Follow @iChang Watch Al Stewart on PBS. See more from On Canvas. I first met folk-rock superstar Al Stewart back in 2007 when he came into town to play at Club Passim in Cambridge. Randy told me all about his history with … Continue reading
Follow @iChang Monday, 02.04.13– What’s Missing? During my commute this morning on the Green Line. Wednesday, 09.19.12– Chinatown 2 UX moments while exploring the city with a camera in hand. 1. I’m in Chinatown shooting passersby in front of … Continue reading
Follow @iChang Tim Cook breezes through first year in post-Steve Jobs era: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57499572-37/tim-cook-breezes-through-first-year-in-post-steve-jobs-era/?tag=mobile_social
Follow @iChang We recently had a quick and dirty card sorting session to define the IA for our internal UX Wiki. When we couldn’t find a room with a whiteboard, we made do with stickies and a window. We jammed … Continue reading
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Follow @iChang In the spirit of kicking off the 2012 Olympics and its identity with design and architecture, here’s an infographic of the iconic olympic buildings of the past, courtesy of mmjett.
Follow @iChang Great infographic showing top resources that you can reference when designing or developing mobile apps. It’ll help you answer all of your ‘How do I do that…’ questions.
Follow @iChang Google focusing on communicating their brand via emotions in new ads and less on tech, gadgetry, and search terms. Using emotions to communicate over features is a brilliant move. Communicating by getting people to identify with you or … Continue reading