Posts Tagged "concept"
I see a lot of Kindle book readers on the train (almost as many as iPhone users), and I hate not being able to peek and see what everyone is reading. Here’s an idea on the future of e-books. Boring Back Cover becomes fun again. Large book cover shows the book you’re currently reading. Other books on the shelf are displayed. There’s also an option to hide certain book covers you...Read More
It’s been a while since I’ve tried new apps for Bubulu Labs’ in-house beta tester, my 3-year old daughter. I downloaded Elmo Calls, a really well-designed app by IDEO. I’ve followed IDEO for a while now, and love their approach to design and innovation. Maybe I went in with very high (and a very different set of) expectations, but the app just didn’t work for me (and...Read More
This is Part deux of some design concepts of our upcoming app. Part I is here. As mentioned in the notes, I browsed around the art portfolio site behance, and shortlisted some of the artists that I thought would bring my vision to life. Outsourcing development is hard enough, but outsourcing the actual look-and-feel if even harder (maybe because I come from a technical background, writing...Read More
With the massive number of links I keep retweeting, I decided to do a regular post on some links that I loved RTing and from which I gleaned lots of valuable insights (thanks trunk.ly for helping me get organized – where there’s a tech. problem, there’s a solution that the geeks have already come up with). This week’s focus is on ux design for kids – websites, apps,...Read More
This is the first post on a series I want to do related to the design thought process that went into our app. Special thanks to Fil Dunsky and Sam Garton for making our concepts come to life. I discovered Debra’s chaotic currents blog on alistapart, and was so happy to see that our design concepts were exactly in line with what the UX gurus like her have recommended. Watching a toddler go...Read More