From airplane crashes, to industrial disasters and medical error: When things go terribly wrong, why do we blame human beings instead of bad design?
We dig into the unexpected origin story of the universal screen language… emoji! We talk to the designers behind emoji, and the steps (and missteps) emoji design took before the icons found their way to our screens.
What if you white labeled your brand’s podcast? How would they know it was you? Today, we break down Adobe’s Wireframe podcast, and we look harder at the idea that a show should be "brand IP" — an identifiable, defensible premise and identity that is wholly our own. How do we create The Only instead of Yet Another? We also tease out insights on show production, sound design, and most crucially, hosting a podcast.
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Find Adobe’s Wireframe here: https://xd.adobe.com/ideas/perspectives/wireframe-podcast/
Clips played during this episode can be found in the Wireframe episode "Sounds Like Good Design," found here: https://xd.adobe.com/ideas/perspectives/wireframe-podcast/ui-sound-design-audio-feedback-enhances-ux-episode-10/
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The science and main causes of mining disasters, and a closer look at specific mining accidents, including the 1913 Senghenhydd Pit Disaster, the 1966 Aberfan Disaster, the 1972 Honkeiko Colliery, the 1975 Chasnala Mine Disaster and the Springhill Mining Disasters. Also mining disasters in the news and pop culture.
‘In disasters, most people are altruistic, brave, communitarian, generous…’ says Rebecca Solnit | CBC Radio
Author Rebecca Solnit has an enduring fascination with what happens to communities in times of crisis, and what disasters reveal about human nature. With the global spread of the coronavirus pandemic, and its radical impact on our lives here in Canada, Solnit’s research on disasters becomes even more resonant.
Why do all websites look the same? Has the corporatization of modern design stifled creativity or is this ‘sameness’ simply the byproduct of good UX?
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Why can’t dad unmute himself on Zoom? Sometimes design, tech & getting older don’t add up. If design is failing the elderly, it will eventually fail us all.