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Inbox: Goodbye Indecision!

Am really enjoying using Gmail’s Inbox — it seems that what they did was find super-users: the people who are most successful at emptying their inboxes. 82 more words

Experience Design

Gardens, Not Graves


The stream—that great glut of ideas, opinions, updates, and ephemera that pours through us every day—is the dominant way we organize content. It makes sense; the stream’s popularity springs from the days of the early social web, when a huge number of users posted all types of content on unpredictable schedules. 77 more words

Designing Content First for a Better UX


Why design content-first?

Because content is UX.

If the primary purpose of websites is to deliver valuable content to an audience, we should be designing content-first for the best possible UX. 32 more words

UX and Content Strategy: How They Are Related and Why You Should Care


What is more important: User experience or content?

I hate this type of question and to me they don’t make sense. It’s like asking a kid who he loves more — mom or dad. 30 more words

E-Health-Tagung in Lüneburg

Schön war’s in Lüneburg! Interessante Vorträge und Diskussionen zum Thema Mental E-Health im Rahmen der Leuphana Gesundheitsgespräche 2014, spannende Thesen von Zukunftsforscher Horst W. Opaschowski und einen tollen Einblick in die Arbeiten des Teams von… 26 more words

Experience Design