The top news and articles on digital product design.
Over 60,000 iPhone users have signed up to participate in studies since the first ResearchKit-enabled apps became available, now Apple has opened it up to medical professionals and app developers.
R/GA’s Rebecca Ussai shares her five principles for delightful storytelling in interface sequences. “You are responsible for directing each element’s entrance, performance, and exit.”
Jason Fried ponders the power of the ‘other feel’ – how the user feels, not how the thing feels – and its potential to change behaviour.
Industrial designers Hella Jongerius and Louise Schouwenberg release their powerful design manifesto, appealing to designers to embrace higher ideals "so that our profession does not fall prey to lethargic self-satisfaction.”
A short and sweet piece on the virtues of intuitive over innovative design solutions.
Side by side comparisons of physical and digital solutions to everyday things. Is digital winning, or are we losing something in the process?
Daniel Sauble looks into how Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and others operate when offline, and how they could provide more elegant experiences.
The action button, typography, cards, data tables and more were revisited in Google’s update to the Material Design spec this week.
Gabin Aureche shares his collected insights and patterns for improving perceived speed.
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