If you’re like me and feel like there’s too much to learn… to catch up on… to know in order to be an ally for the black community – then I’m going to recommend Blinkist. I’ve used it for years for business books, but I’m finding myself exploring other genres and domains lately. According toContinue reading “We’ve got a lot to learn. Get started with Blinkist.”
I, along with about 10 million of my friends, logged in to Disney+ for the first time yesterday. Excited both by the shiny new app, and also by one of the most beloved collections of content ever known to man, I was one of the crazies who opted to pay for 3 years of theContinue reading “The Disney+ Launch Experience is Too Basic for 2020”
Our final week of Module 3: Visual Design and the final week of this course had us studying Aesthetics. We began the week with an overview of a variety of design principles like color, layers, transparency, textures, patterns, and contrast and how they are all defined and used in creating a cohesive, immersive, enjoyable design.Continue reading “Week 7 – UXD Principles and Concepts”
Week 6 has been focused on typography. I’ve never been as consciously uncertain about every text formatting decision I’ve made as I was this week. Starting to learn about how text should be used, while you’re still not an expert is fairly disconcerting. However, after this week’s assignment, I feel a bit more competent inContinue reading “Week 6 – UXD Principles and Concepts”
Here’s what I learned in Week 5 of my Principles of User Experience Design course.