The five best design links, every weekday

Date: 2016/12/20

Design Critique - The Booking way

It's Thursday afternoon. For two hours, a group of designers from different teams at get together in one of the meeting rooms in our Amsterdam office, furrow their brows, and drink phenomenal amounts of coffee. The meeting's purpose?

Engineering a hoodie

Last summer, my wife bought me a sewing machine for my birthday. I've been asking for one after watching Youtube videos of people altering their personal gear for better fit. It wasn't so much the actual clothing that I was into, but it was the ability and the know-how that truly grabbed my interest.

Forms Need Validation

Designing inline validation and error handling Inline validation is a method to check the validity of an input and give feedback before submission. It significantly enhances the usability and user experience of forms. This article explains inline form validation and error handling design techniques. Validation The easy part of inline validation is the validation part.

What your relatives actually think when you say "UX Designer"

With Christmas fast approaching you will be participating in an inordinate amount of get-to-know-you chatter with extended family. You will inevitably be asked what you do for work, and you better be ready to explain yourself when you say, "I'm a UX designer."

The (Not So) Secret Powers Of The Mobile Browser

Apple taught us, "There's an app for that." And we believed it. Why wouldn't we? But time has passed since 2009. Our mobile users have gotten more mature and are starting to weigh having space for new photos against installing your big fat e-commerce app. Meanwhile, mobile browsers have also improved.