Tag: user experience
Christina Aldan, International TEDx speaker, award-winning corporate trainer, & brand strategy consultant helps startups get their first customers (First Customers e10)
Christina Aldan is an international TEDx speaker, award-winning corporate trainer, and brand strategy consultant at Arana Software. She’s helped a lot of startups get their first customers. This was like entrepreneur therapy. I highly recommend listening and learning from Christina’s vast experience and wisdom gained from her work with startups and executives. Topics covered: Follow […]
Idea: Pay-as-you-leave shopping experience
Idea Summary:– swipe card or facial recognition connected to your account as you enter store– put stuff in cart and leave store, items detected by RFID or similar tech– your account is charged with no cashier human interaction needed 🙁 (At the time when I wrote this, these kinds of stores didn’t exist. Amazon came […]
My plugin gets added to WordPress core!
WordPress 3.5 was released yesterday. After upgrading my site, I checked the editor screen and noticed a tiny tweak that made me smile. It looks like my humble suggestion finally made it in to WordPress core. Notice the Add Media button… it’s an actual button! The previous version of the button looked like this: It was an easily […]
If ya wanna click it, ya better put a button on it
How do I upload an image in WordPress? Frequently, clients who are staring at the WordPress content editing screen ask me, “How do I upload an image?” As an experienced WordPress user/designer/developer I used to get blown away by how silly such a question sounded. The button’s right there! But after running in to this […]
An Inconvenient User Experience: Gmail Drafts
Summary I love Gmail. If you accidentally discard a draft its gone forever. I think Gmail should send discarded drafts to trash. You can vote for that feature here. I love everything about Gmail except one thing… Discarded drafts are unrecoverable without warning. I accidentally clicked the Discard Drafts button while scrolling by a different part […]
What’s the best computer for graphic design: Mac or PC?
What kind of computer do you suggest for graphic design? Mac? PC? My laptop is too slow to do a lot of what I’ve been doing lately so I’m looking for a new computer. Lots of people say “go with a Mac”, but I could build a PC with a much faster processor and better video card for a lot less. What do you think?