mypeople. prototype v1

mypeople. is a project I’m undertaking in the UI Design course I’m taking this semester. The purpose of the web-app is to enable everyday people to be more intentional about maintaining relationships with the people that touch their lives. The platform serves as a sort of personal-CRM-meets-to-do-app that encourages its users to leverage their existing… Continue reading mypeople. prototype v1

Finding Inspiration: Yellow Band (1956)

Although understanding the fundamentals of building great interactive interfaces is important, it is (equally?) as important to capture the essence of what makes a design emotionally stimulating to behold. It’s important to design interfaces that inspire. As of late, the UI Design course I’m taking this semester has focused on the relationship between art and… Continue reading Finding Inspiration: Yellow Band (1956)

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Substack through the lens of Schneiderman’s User Actions

Ben Shneiderman’s User Actions are a practical tool for analyzing user interfaces in the context of how users actually engage with them. Shneiderman, a computer scientist and University Professor at the University of Maryland, developed these actions to inspire designers to consider more practically how users think about using interfaces in day-to-day life. In learning… Continue reading Substack through the lens of Schneiderman’s User Actions

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