Author: Wendy Constantine

the felt pixel, Usability, UX

“Hey, nice IA!” said no one, ever.

Book review of How to Make Sense of Any Mess: Information Architecture for Everybody by Abby Covert In her brief and playful text, Abby Covert gives designers the gift of clarity, a shot of courage, and a hefty dose of reality. I say designers here, knowing that she intended her accessible words for everybody, not

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Accessibility, the felt pixel, Usability, UX

How Museums Studies made me a better UX designer

Museums are more than the beautiful things they collect and care for; they are bigger than the grand spaces they inhabit. They have the power to educate the public, connect people with cultures, inspire creativity and change attitudes. People of all backgrounds visit aquariums, zoos, science, art, history and children’s museums to satisfy social and

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the felt pixel, UX

To my younger, designer self

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Before Google was invented and smart phones existed, I became a designer. Seeing my work roll off a printing press made me giddy with excitement. Then the launch of Netscape and Internet Explorer (yes, even IE!) drew me into the crazy world of software start ups in the Bay Area. I art directed and coded

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