Miles and Nick take a look into the past to see how certain app views have changed over time, and think about how UX decision making has shifted since the early days of the web.
On this episode, we talk about how design principles can be used to communicate ideas and convey emotions–often without words. Oh yea, and we also talk about dinosaurs.
Having proper form, in the world of exercise and sport, is extremely beneficial in maximizing the efficiency of a movement and reducing the chance of injury.
It seems like every time Nick researches a word for this show, he finds something really weird about how the human brain works and subsequently blows Miles' mind. This time we talk about the ways that things like the sense of sight, color, language, speech, and imagination intersect.
When you're using the Internet to do research, falling down a rabbit hole is pretty easy to do. And when that happens, things can get...strange.
When it comes to how the word "attraction" relates to things like user experience design and digital marketing, your mind may go to concepts like attracting customers. But on this episode Miles takes us in a completely different direction.
On the first full episode of Work Association, Nick takes the first word of the series-Trigger-and explores how technology can enable more dynamic communication with audiences.