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Because when colour is missing, We see the world differently. Textures and shapes become clearer, and the world seems noticeably slower.

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This is why Usability testing and designing for a context is so very important.

A simple thing that hurts a customers User Experience. Ordering something from box8 and want to make a payment using PayTM.

Just trying.. unable to make a payment!

Simple design plan for any app
1. Know the user
2. Know the context of use
3. Design
4. Test

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Please note, this is not my design and views include constructive criticism! I still completed the order and love the food, as always!

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Minority Report UI designer demos his tech at TED (video)



In February 2010, the man who built the technology of Minority Report twice – once for the movie, and once in real life – spoke at TED about the future of user interface design. Yesterday, TED posted John Underkoffler’s entire fifteen-minute video presentation – a copy of which you’ll find right after the break. Get a curated glimpse into his company’s tech in the following demo, and hear from the man himself when the gloves might come off. And if that doesn’t satisfy your appetite, read an in-depth interview with Underkoffler at our more coverage link. Read more
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Exclusive interview: Google's Matias Duarte talks Honeycomb, tablets, and the future of Android



We’re not going to lie – we’re pretty excited to bring this to you guys. Here at CES 2011 we had a chance to sit down with Matias Duarte, the man behind webOS (as well as the Sidekick and Helio UIs), who’s now heading up Google’s user experience for Android. Matias is currently driving the interface and design for Android 3.0 (AKA Honeycomb), and it’s clear that he’s bringing his big, bold ideas to the Android platform. This is the first video interview Matias has done since leaving Palm, and we pressed the man on his involvement in Gingerbread and Honeycomb, what had to be torn down in Android, how desktop OSs can inform mobile devices, and much, much more. Don’t just take our word for it – follow along after the break and watch the full interview! Read more