Archive for March, 2013
Peter Lubbers speaking about the future of HTML5 at ConveyUX in Seattle
Peter Lubbers is a Developer Relations Program Manager in the Chrome team at Google. In 2010, he started the San Francisco HTML5 User Group—the world’s first and largest HTML5 user group with over 4,500 members. In 2010, Peter co-authored the book “Pro HTML5 Programming” (Apress) and he was instrumental in developing and delivering the cutting-edge…
Flat or Skeuomorphic is the Wrong Question. It’s About Satisfaction.
A great deal of digital ink has been spilled of late regarding the relative merits of Flat Design versus Skeuomorphism. On one side of the spectrum, both Microsoft and Yahoo! are embracing elements of Flat Design while Apple famously incorporates facets of so-called skeuomorphic design across its application portfolio. I’ve been thinking about this quite…
At Blink we create experience maps as an instrument to articulate user engagement with a product. Experience maps are a visual representation of the users’ journey over time, and they provide a handy communication tool for teams to inform product direction. The benefit... Read More
Onboarding is a human resources term that we in the UX field have borrowed as a label for the process of getting someone “up and running” with your site, app, or service. The onboarding process is a critical step in setting your users up for success with your product, b... Read More