Hand lettering

Moscow-based “calligraffiti artist” Senia—also known as Pokras Lampas—has started a lettering project, ‘Calligraphy on Girls’, where he paints gorgeous calligraphy onto the bare bodies of girls. Using the skin of his models as his canvas, the artist creates sensual living artworks that bring the beautiful female form together with beautiful letters. Covering the skin of… Continue reading Hand lettering

User Experience and engagement

Forward thinking organisations have recognized the need to create lateral touch points between areas within the business. For example, marketing speaking to customer service. Product speaking more with the marketing team. They can use these relationships to build bridges between the different areas of the business, and improve the user experience. For example, if customer… Continue reading User Experience and engagement

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Jordans Advert – Just beautiful

This morning, on the tube I saw adverts for Jordans Oats. I must say that I’ve never tried Jordans before but the advertising was so slick that I have been tempted to invest in a packet.

New website tour

You’ve created a new account section for your website, and you want to ensure that all your visitors can easily find their way around. Simple. Create a tour. Not a video tour where they have to skip back and forth to find the information or instruction that they need. But an interactive tour, where they… Continue reading New website tour

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Enhance required input field

There are tons of articles out there about forms, particularly forms on eCommerce sites. I’ve been to a lot of sites that have bad forms. The form on my contact page isn’t great itself, but I’m working on it. I saw something particularly interesting today though. A form that focuses in on the required fields.… Continue reading Enhance required input field

Colombian Patterns

It’s been a while since I pulled out my Edding paint pens for a weekend session. The illustrations on this page are based on photographs I took whilst in Columbia in October 2012.

UX testing – mums the word

Keen to understand how the site I have been working on would test to someone who has never seen it before, I invited my mother to be my UX test guinea pig with the promise of dinner in return. “The goal of user experience design in industry is to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty through… Continue reading UX testing – mums the word

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