If you’ve seen HBO’s Silicon Valley, you might remember a recent episode in season 3 in which the Pied Piper app launched and had hundreds of thousands of downloads upon launch, but no repeat user interaction...
Oh, the website of Donald Trump… where do we begin? A few weeks ago The UX Blog did a light heuristic evaluation of Hillary Clinton’s campaign site, and I threw my hat in the ring to take on The Donald Trump's website.
Let's take a look at Hillary Clinton's website. This article could be considered a Heuristic Evaluation/Think-aloud/stream of consciousness whilst browsing Hillary's site.
In fact, a 1998 iMac had a display resolution of 800 by 600 pixels. With browser chrome, the effective canvas shrunk to about 650 by 440 pixels. Talk about a design constraint. Michael McWatters explores how his designs have survived over time across different Apple devices.