We talk about haptic technology and how it’s going to be amazing soon.
It’s our lucky number 7 show! Join us while we talk about the world of haptic technology or haptics. It’s that magic that can bring the real feel of things to your user experience.
Things we mentioned on this episode:
- Geomagic Touch
- The hug jacket
- Evaluation of Tactile Feedback Methods for Wrist Rotation Guidance
- Glasses Free 3D Screen with Pen Enabled Haptic Feedback
- 3D Connexion Space Navigator
- Shape changing plastic
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In this episode, we referenced
- UX Coach from New York, Whitney Hess
- IDEO method cards
- Mental Notes - Ryan couldn’t remember the name of this on the show
- blink, by Malcolm Gladwell
- Coercion: Why We Listen to What “They” Say by Douglas Rushkoff
- Rolling Shopping Basket
- IDEO shopping cart
Also, Ariel invents a new way to brush your teeth, with an iRobot Roomba!
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Ariel Leroux & Ryan Lane
A quick note for clarification
I (this is Ariel behind the keyboard) mentioned how/why I began following Whitney on twitter and sometimes I’ll see people who post comments about something that I can identify with, and then twitter suggests other individuals like this person, and after looking at their tweets I begin following them too. So it could have been one of those circumstances.
Welcome to another episode of the world’s number one user experience podcast. In this episode, we talk about wireframe fidelity. The “why”s and “how”s of wireframes.
Old blog post from yours truly (Ryan) on the topic of Wireframe Fidelity
Old blog post from another yours truly (Ariel) on the topic of Navigation for cherry pickers
Things we talked about:
- Paper Prototyping by Carolyn Snyder
- Jetstrap interface-building tool for Bootstrap
- Balsamiq prototyping tool
Some of our Favorite things:
WooMoo’s POP Prototyping On Paper iOS app. Take pictures of sketches and wire them up to make them interactive.
The second episode of world’s greatest user experience podcast UX This, is fresh out of the oven and ready for you to enjoy. In this episode we talk about user experience roles and the types of responsibilities the various roles have.
Today is the first episode of the worlds best user experience podcast. Hopefully, we can stay on top of making new episodes on a regular basis. I certainly have plenty to talk about on the subject.
In this episode the lovely Ariel Leroux and I talk about how to get started with a UX project and the various facets of what getting started means.
Originally posted on January 11, 2013.
Tune in as Ariel and Ryan talk about how to get started when handed a project and how to get started at UX in the first place. These are very different topics while at the same time, very related.
We’ve seen and heard from a number of individuals from many different walks of life. Some are designers with a passion to understand and make their designs more user-friendly on interactive platforms, others coming from a development background who are either being asked to or are looking to branch out to craft a better experience for their end-users.