You can’t create a mobile version of a desktop system simply by shrinking the screen
An example of an interface hack on a lift in London
Avoiding feature bloat to keep a product simple.
Build a mobile device testing sled using only materials readily available in a standard office stationary cupboard (and kitchen).
It’s not how many clicks it takes; it’s how many clicks it feels [and] “Looks Cool!” Should Never Interfere With “Works Well!”
The vast majority of websites I have worked with would be 100 times better off to spend 50,000 dollars every year on improving their websites, rather than spending 200,000 every three years on redesigns.
Human hands and voice, if you use them in the digital world in the same way as the physical world, are incredibly expressive
Content model and structure of a search result in Google.
Insights in simplicity from the legendary industrial designer who ‘put the world in a briefcase’ when he created the world’s first folding laptop computer.
Gerry McGovern on the interplay between aesthetics and function