Attractive And Emotion Change Our Decision
Fig.1 Image Parking Signs in Los Angeles VS Nikki Sylianteng’s (Siang)
As Fig.1 showing, it is two examples of the parking signs. I believe that we could pick the better design one in 5 seconds from this two, this should be a super simple question. Because the right one looks simple and well aesthetic.… Continue Reading »
Homepage of 82nd & Fifth | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
What is the Aesthetic-Usability Effect?
There is a social psychology term called “the halo effect”. It means humans tend to assume that good-looking people have other positive qualities aside from their looks. The same rule applies to product or any other kinds of design. Good looking products and user interface are usually perceived as more valuable and having more qualities.… Continue Reading »
Understanding some basic psychological principles that impact visual perception is essential to user experience (UX) professionals interested in designing systems and products that better serve the needs of users. This post provides a brief overview of Gestalt psychology and demonstrates how many of its principles can help UX and interaction designers create interfaces that intentionally direct the user’s attention to the functions and features that are most useful.… Continue Reading »
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This post covers the concept of Need for Affect and how it can be used to improve and influence User Experience. Specifically, I will be focusing on how this concept can be applied to video game design.
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If you’ve ever tried to find your terminal in an airport, you’ve undergone a psychological process called wayfinding. Wayfinding is the navigation of 3D environments through the use of spatial cues, such as following signs and hallways to your intended destination. All humans learn how to wayfind from the moment they learn to crawl, so this technique is deeply ingrained into our psychology.… Continue Reading »
Ringly is a smart ring created with the purpose of helping women lead a healthier and more balanced lifestyle, combining innovative technology with well crafted jewelry. The device consists on a ring with a sensor that is paired with the Ringly app on the user’s phone, allowing the notification of mobile alerts without the need to look at the phone as well as tracking the user’s physical activity throughout the day.… Continue Reading »
Design Critique: Blizzard Entertainment (Portal Website)
This website is the homepage for the entertainment company Blizzard. This website is mainly to generally introduce their products, exhibit what they already have, arouse people’s interest to take their products. And leave an entrance for their users to sign up or log in an account. What’s more, it also contains the careers link as other enterprise homepage during, to share their requirements.… Continue Reading »
What is Texture, and Who Is It For?
Texture is a subscription-based mobile reading app that gives its users unlimited access to a broad range of select magazine titles. It provides useful features such as offline reading, the ability to save magazine articles for later reading, and “subscription” to favorite publications. For mobile readers, Texture is space and cost effective in comparison to maintaining subscriptions to multiple physical copies of numerous magazines.… Continue Reading »
I want to explain my experience by using new launched IOS 11 human interface lock-screen part, analysis the subtle changes of this time, and some specific user-friendly design and suggestion of IOS 11 lock-screen. My interactive device is iPhone 7plus. This blog only represents my self’s point of view, please offer any suggestion and judge me when you think it’s not appropriate.… Continue Reading »