A UX Reflection on icons and how those sneaky bastards get away with being whatever they want!
In today’s UX Reflection we dive into icons. I stumbled upon these adorable animal kingdom icons and immediately understood each and every one. An icon by definition should accomplish just that.
I’m sure there are plenty of articles out there now starting with “Before the pandemic…”. Probably just as many as there are hipsters that liked something before it was cool. I think I just dated myself by talking about hipsters, sorry millennials. Hipsters were millennials before it was cool.
“Everyone’s moving on without me, into a world I don’t understand.”
― Sophie Kinsella, Confessions of a Shopaholic
You know that when you find yourself relating to the main character in a book about poor financial decisions, that it’s probably time to take a closer look at what you’re doing…
In an effort to add legitimacy to my writings I will begin with a couple of quotes that will lay the framework for all of the wisdom I am about to impart. How grand.
“The path of least resistance leads to crooked rivers and crooked men.”
-Henry David Thoreau
Tiny Wisdom for Giants
“Don’t ever wish to be anything but what you are.” — (Thumbelina)
I want to take you back in time. We’ll explore a classic in a moment, but first, a stop in 1994, when the animated film version of Hans Christians Anderson’s Thumbelina was coming to…
What makes a product good vs. great? The perfect cup of coffee.
Let’s start with what we know. A product that exists, where we know exactly what it does, and how to get it to do …that thing that it does.
It may seem very low-fi to talk…