Posts filed under “UX design”

New But Not Improved

I’m no Luddite. I like progress. I enjoy new technologies, and when they’re actually better or completely new and original, I’ll be standing in line to get my hands on one like any other early adopter. But what I can’t stand (or understand) is developing something new which not only doesn’t improve the original, but […]

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Turning Trust Around

“I don’t believe you. Not only that, I believe you less than I did last year. To put it more clearly, I trust you less and less every year.” That’s what 2,565 consumers told the entire corporate world in October 2007. A survey by Harris Interactive asked the question: “Which of these industries do you […]

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The Medium is Still the Message

I’ve been designing websites professionally since 1995, and never has any site I’ve worked on been discussed as much as the new Sinnerschrader site, and, to be exact, it’s not even a site at all. Let’s get the full disclosure out of the way first: I’m an Art Director at Sinnerschrader, and other than the […]

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Naked Relaunch, Part I

Warning: if you’re reading this in the feed, it won’t make much sense. You might want to have a look at the site. Gah! What happened?! Suddenly my blog looks like crap! Right? Don’t panic. Your browser is not broken. I didn’t delete my stylesheet either. I’ve been thinking about it for a while, and […]

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The Real Future of Shopping

Loyal readers are already aware of the OTTO Store and my part in creating it. In a past post I questioned whether this is the future of shopping or not, but left the question unanswered. Well, the answer’s simple. No. It’s not. What is the future of shopping? Step right this way and I’ll explain […]

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