Design Critique: Microsoft OneNote

Now that classes are back in session, I’m using Microsoft OneNote on a regular basis to keep my course notes organized throughout the semester. OneNote is a note taking management software designed by Microsoft – it lets users take notes through text, drawings, screenshots, audio recordings and more, while keeping their notes organized in one …

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Design Critique: Waze

Empathetic design. Empathy is defined as the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference. Empathetic design integrates this mindset of placing oneself in another’s position into the design of products. In this design critique, we’ll look at the navigation application, Waze, and how they’ve incorporated empathetic design …

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Design Critique: StockX (Website)

StockX has had what seems like a meteoric rise to success over the past several years, as it has combined two unique concepts that haven’t really been seen together before: consignment shop & stock market. In this design critique, I’ll be evaluating the StockX website against Jesse James Garrett’s book ‘The Elements of User Experience’. …

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