Design Critique: Packlane.com

What does PACKLANE.COM do? Packlane is a website for creating and ordering custom boxes and packaging. Its platform allows users to adding their designs on their choice of packaging types. Besides providing a designing dashboard for customers, packlane also includes many inspirations and works to showcase product from previous customers. The unique and creative website …

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Design Critique: The New York Times Website

The New York Times is one of the biggest newspapers in the US. With its wide coverage of daily news on politics, business, tech, etc worldwide, I want to closely investigate the homepage on how its web experience is designed with heavy information needed to be presented referencing Cooper’s principle of design. The Structure At …

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“Design Critique: ………….National Grid………..”

National Grid is one of the world’s largest investor-owned energy companies; they are committed to delivering electricity and gas safely, reliably, and efficiently to all their customers in the communities they serve. Their website states that they work closely with customers, partners, and communities to develop solutions to the problem we might face. However, their …

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Design Critique: Headspace (iOS App)

Headspace is an app for mindfulness and meditation. Its recent growth in content and users is accompanied by modifications to the app’s design and features. This critique intends to highlight positive and negative attributes of Headspace’s digital interface, using concepts laid out in The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman. Search Function Every primary …

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