A Whirlwind of AI Predictive Fantasies and Futuristic Fancies.
Unmasking the freelancer advantage: why solo heroes often outshine the super teams at a fraction of time and budget.
Humanity's most confusing job title — created, ironically enough, by people whose job it is to make things simple and elegant.
Product teams face a dilemma: Achieving pixel-perfect design requires significant time and resources, but rushing to launch can result in mediocre products. This guide explains how to design excellent products while balancing quality and speed.
Designers who advocate for the user without showing an awareness of business objectives are at risk of being ignored. These strategies will help you communicate the value of UX to stakeholders.
The next wave of UI design tools will fully integrate design and code to provide a seamless experience for designers and developers.
Will there ever be a digital equivalent to the ageless wonders of industrial design? We share examples of timeless design and detail how designers can ensure digital relevancy for decades to come.
Looking at the state of UX in open data, and tips for how to navigate the beast that is government open data.
Take the exploration factor of Geocaching, the LOL factor of Reddit, and the community tagging aspect of Hoodmaps. Shake well to mix.
A concept for an experimental AR app.
This is a write up of a talk given at the 2019 CAA International archaeology conference in Krakow, Poland.
When visiting a museum I’m often focused on the museum experience itself, rather than just what’s on offer. Here are my observations from a visit to a beacon of cultural heritage in the Middle East.
Brain droppings from my recollection of my first VR experience on Oculus Go.
Armed with a laptop, an internet connection, open source tech, and a handful of digital tools, today’s solo makers are making a global impact.
A summary of the design sprint process I set up at an XR / humanities startup I worked for, where clients included professors at Harvard University.
Learning full stack development by building a small app of my own.
Here’s a list of words you’ll get drowned in if you — like me — aim to learn web development in 2017. Written in ‘explain like I’m five’ format.
After leaving my cushy job at Envato, I got a knock in my inbox from General Assembly to see if I’d be interested in teaching UX to an aspiring group of Melbournians. Challenge accepted!
A summary of my 2 years at Melbourne's household name among web startups.