My Top 3 Favorite UX Design TED Talks of All Time

Whether I’m lacking creativity or overflowing with ambition, TED Talks are one of my favorite places to source inspiration. I’ve compiled a list of three of my favorite UX design TED Talks, which provide useful insight into how to improve your skills.   I highly recommend listening to these talks the next time you have

WhatsApp Launch “WhatsApp Video Calling,” Giving Users Exactly What They Needed and Wanted

Have you seen the ever-so-famous poop emoji? What about some of the other “classics?” Many of the ones seen nowadays are some of the designs created through WhatsApp.   WhatsApp is a globally popular messaging app (over 1 billion users worldwide) that has nearly everything including multi-platform capabilities and unique emojis to help people all

Take the Advice of Fortune 500 Lead Designer Amy Marquez

Amy Jimenez Marquez is the lead experience designer for the R&D team of a Fortune 500 financial services company. She is also one of the publishers of Boxes and Arrows, a peer-written user experience and information architecture journal established in 2001, promoting contributors who want to provoke thinking, push limits, and teach a few things along the

A Look at Election Day User Experience – The One Thing That’s Still Missing

Wouldn’t it be nice if, come Election Day, we had the ability to vote when we wanted, where we wanted. Say, on-the-go from our mobile phones, or at a convenient voting station outside the supermarket? According to the US Census Bureau, only 57.5% of Americans voted in the 2012 election, with the top reasons for