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Simplifying Interaction

These days I’m designing in browser instead of Fireworks for a live project — Designing in browser has some solid advantages as it helps you launch quite early instead of hanging there in design revisions. Get a quick mockup together and start coding. Quick design, faster revisions and early deployment.

Inviting you to Dribbble

Dear fellow designers, I hope you are having great time designing great stuff. You’ll be excited to know that I’ve 3 dribbble invites which I would like to give away to some really talented designers. So please leave your portfolio urls and your emails (in comments) where you would like me to send the invitation. […]

India need designers

The part of the world using Latin script may have enough type designers. But for the Arab world or India it is very different. More designers are needed there. — Gerard Unger, Type Designer quoted in his interview with MyFonts Gerand might be referring to only type designers here but I strongly believe that India […]

LukeW notes on An Event Apart

As usual Luke Wroblewski posted his invaluable notes for An Event Apart – Atlanta, GA 2011 talks. Following are the ones that concern me: Crafting the User Experience by Sarah Parmenter On Web Typographyby Jason Santa Maria Design Principlesby Jeremy Keith

Identifying Design Problems

Joshua Porter (Bokardo) explains how to identify best design problems and how to tackle them using UX principle: Saying we have a problem is easy, but the real problems are the ones we get emotional about. Frustration is the first clue that people have a real problem on their hands. They might not know how to articulate […]