I approach UX design from an "inside out" perspective. Utilizing proven qualitative research methods, I am able to discern use patterns and gain deeper insight into user goals. The work I do involves a variety of design skills - low-fidelity mock ups, interactive prototypes and wire framing. Another tool in my UX box is research. Research involves interviews with product owners and stakeholders, competitor audits, behavioral interviews with customers, and customer ethnographic field studies. Analysis provides the glue that holds the research and design components together during the feature, user story and acceptance criteria phases.
Without music to decorate it, time is just a bunch of boring production deadlines or dates by which bills must be paid.
Digital time does not flow; it flicks. Like any binary, discrete decision, it is either here or there. In contrast to our experience of the passing of time, digital time is always in the now, or in no time. It is still. Poised.
No matter how beautiful, no matter how cool your interface, it would be better if there were less of it.
The great force of history comes from the fact that we carry it within us, are unconsciously controlled by it in many ways, and history is literally present in all that we do.