Clever parody on the opening sequence of popular TV show Game of Thrones by social media management dashboard HootSuite.
Anki has with their racing game AnkiDrive brought Scalextric style racing into the 21st century.
A brilliant way to merge the digital and real-world play experiences.
Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable
— Cesar A. Cruz
Oakley’s latest skiing goggles are presented beautifully in this new parallex scrolling site, and it’s responsive to boot.
It is said that Easter brings new beginnings and though this winter seems particularly difficult to leave behind, many new tools and services have emerged adding new exciting prospects for UXers, designers and developers.
Rather than posting them individually I list them here for your convenience. Some of these tools are newer than others, but as they are new to me Ive added them as they be new and equally useful to others. Happy Easter!
Guide Guide is an Adobe Photoshop extension that takes the pain and anguish out of using guides.
Margins, columns and rows can easily be set with the click of a button, and with pixel perfect accuracy.
Christmas is creeping closer as we speak and before we know it we will be writing 2013.
2012 has been a busy year, so busy that posting on UXmash sometimes had to wait. Hopefully the new year will bring more free time to share my knowledge, opinion and humor with you guys.
From UXmash in Copenhagen Denmark I wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
See you in 2013 for more from the world of User Experience.
Rune Leth Andersen
Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory.
Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.
— Sun Tzu
Most people remember these fortune telling foldables from their childhood, sitting in school predicting the future based on the small number of options these toys allowed for.
Based on the same origami structure we have tweaked the concept and added a UX spin to it.
It is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information
— Oscar Wilde