Tag Archives: interaction design

Reuse code, not user experience

Let’s face it: as a developer, I’m lazy. I just want to write just enough code. What is more, I want to reuse it whenever possible. I want it to be abstract. If I’m asked to implement a view which needs a sortable grid, one of those whose rows you can sort by any column by … more

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Don’t make me think… nor work more than I’m supposed to

Don’t make me think is a great book about usability and interaction design written by Steve Krug. One of the best things about it is that Steve has used the very same principles he preaches at in his book in the design of its reading experience. The book goes straight to the point, focuses on … more

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