Our UX reading list
UX is such a broad field that you never stop learning, and you’re always on the hunt for fresh ideas Here’s a selection of the books that have taught us the most, and we’ve enjoyed along the way.Read more
Here’s How We’re Changing the World
To celebrate the launch of our new website we feel the need to share with you a few thoughts on UX, passion and the meaning of life. What drives us, and what keeps us awake at night… What is UX really about? Designing amazing user experiences and beautiful interfaces, and making the world a better place!Read more
MobX Conference: Touch too Much!
With the ever-increasing importance of mobile devices and the speed of their proliferation, it’s essential to keep up with the latest tools and techniques for designing for mobile platforms. That’s why our Chief Information Architect checked out the 2011 MobX conference in Berlin. Here’s what he found…Read more
Thinking about the design process: simple or complex?
In its most generic form, design refers to a plan for the construction of an object or a system. As such, it often requires a disciplined set of steps, often called the design process. Its initial idea and purpose is to provide a well-established framework, foundations for design-related work. But often design process can be too complex and harmful.Read more
Web design and web development trends in 2011
The year 2010 is behind us and it’s time to reflect on it for a bit and then to see what 2011 will bring for us with respect to web design and web development. Or, perhaps I should say in design and development in general. Here’s a list of predictions for web (and not just web) design and development trends in 2011.Read more
Future of Silverlight 5 and HTML 5 – what now?
You’ve all heard the news – Microsoft is “shifting its Silverlight strategy” and going fully forward to embrace HTML 5 as its cross-browser cross-platform solution. Coupled with IE9, it makes a lot of sense, But what about Silverlight 5 and Silverlight in general now? The same question goes for Adobe’s Flash.Read more
Design decisions behind our popular Wall Of Tweets
Wall of Tweets is a twitterwall product designed and developed by full service UX consultancy UX Passion here in Croatia. It’s very popular and used throughout the world. In this article I’d like to share some design thinking, design research and decisions we’ve put behind this product and how it compares to other solutions on the market.Read more
Best practices OR Best starting points in UX
Best practices are valuable in the UX field. However, often we use them without really considering the broader context. In this post Darko Čengija of UX Passion talks about best practices and their relationship with best staring points in the user experience (and other disciplines).Read more