Gene Moy (梅忠毅) is a user experience architect from Chicago with 15 years experience working on the web and now, medical devices. Occasionally he thinks every day feels like 1995 all over again. More about Gene »
I’m posting here a link to an old 2005 interview that Theme Magazine did with Kenya Hara, MUJI’s design director, and the author of a pretty important book, Designing Design. Theme Magazine, a journal of global Asian culture, is awesome in and of itself, so definitely dwell more when you’re done reading that interview.
The Target 5 investigative unit got trotted out on Sears.com due to shopper snafus on Black Friday, and, remember what I said last year about user experience being such a small part of a large e-commerce enterprise system? Here’s a reminder. There are problems that user experience can’t solve at all sometimes — and if [...]
Just a quickie note on a fabulous recent user experience I had last week. Two Saturdays ago we experienced here in Chi-City what I consider to be an early snowfall and boy was the city caught off guard: sliding, fishing, the whole nine yards. Most surprising of all was how unhappy my dynamic stability and [...]
Maybe we’re in another bubble.
Check out this video at Monocle on Tokyo Designers Week. Why can’t we do something like that here, in every city, so we can promote the ideas, the thinking, the power of design?
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