UX for Lizard Brains · An A List Apart Article


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UX for Lizard Brains, Illustration by Dougal MacPherson Even though we humans might be using advanced technology with voice recognition and backlit touch-screen displays, we still…, via Instapaper
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7 weeks ago by paulp
“Building a better mind palace”
design  usability  webdesign  ux 
7 weeks ago by leereamsnyder
Illustration by Dougal MacPherson Even though we humans might be using advanced technology with voice recognition and backlit touch-screen displays, we still…
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8 weeks ago by timwburch
When objects are grouped together, we assume they are the same type of thing, especially if their overall shape is identical.
design  ux  lastmac 
8 weeks ago by philapple
Technology can make magic happen. In seconds, you can find all the blue sandals in a warehouse of millions of shoes. A million people can read the same article without killing one tree. You can undo, unsend, and even unfriend! But here’s the buzzkill: if unanticipated or unwelcome, the magic of technology is confusing, disorienting, and unintuitive—a UX designer’s worst nightmare.
ux  ux--patterns 
8 weeks ago by ericwbailey
Illustration by Dougal MacPherson Even though we humans might be using advanced technology with voice recognition and backlit touch-screen displays, we still…
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8 weeks ago by aktaplin
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8 weeks ago by todrobbins
Design with your users’ lizard brains in mind to create intuitive interfaces.
webdesign  webdevelopment  ooux  userexperience  psychology 
8 weeks ago by garrettc
object oriented design
8 weeks ago by phed
Three ways to design digital objects that “play nice” with our evolved expectations of the physical world. By doing our best to concretize the dematerialized things of our screen-based world, we give our lizard brains better affordances for understanding:
1. Avoid shapeshifting objects; 2. Avoid masked objects; 3. Avoid broken objects
cogsci  webdesign 
8 weeks ago by emerysnyder
RT : ♛ To create intuitive interfaces, design with your users’ “lizard brains” in mind.
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8 weeks ago by jackysee
In the digital world, anything is possible. Technology can seem like magic. But if the interface strays to far from human’s expectations of the physical world, users will become unsure, confused, and unhappy. Design with lizard brains in mind to create intuitive interfaces.
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9 weeks ago by zeldman