The top news and articles on digital product design.
As part of their plan to “create a remote control for the internet” IFTTT (If this, then that) have released three new mobile apps, each offering a way to trigger and automate repetitive tasks.
The latest in their usability research series, HUGE look into Emergency Room wait times and the implications of making those public on the web.
Fast Co. Design take a broader look at opportunities for wearables, with many of them being for healthcare in developing countries.
Zurb talk through some tough times in product design and offer some wisdom on 'how to deal with the feel’.
Luke W. aka the godfather of responsive and mobile first takes a look at the conditions needed for companies to do 'good design'.
YouTube have released an app “built from the ground up with little ones in mind”. With lots of great animation and interactions, I suspect there will be a few big ones having a play also.
This week Google celebrate 1,000 Chrome Experiments with a beautiful archive from Instrument.
Userbrain make a solid case for writing as the first stage of your design process, with tips and an example.
Physical card decks for different fields, “designed to help you work together, nurture ideas and gain overview”.
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