Don’t create a design system. At least not until you have done your design work and actually evaluated the alternatives. But, why?
Both design and being human-centered are philosophies. Being a human-centered product designer thereby means...
My perspective is that design is a philosophy. For when there are no clear answers.
To design better restaurant sites I interviewed six persons. From the discussions I got eight insights. Among them are that sites are used by newbies and regulars, that reviews are super valuable, that we want to imagine the restaurant visit before it happens, and more. The insights can help when building new sites/apps or evaluating existing ones. 8 things the site needs to enable
Some companies try to understand how satisfied I am with their public toilet. I don't think their method works. A new button can help.
I am forgetful. So I invented a way for my washing machine to communicate with me. No, no cats where hurt in the machine :)
Me and Gerhard want to use Whatsapp, Kik, Snapchat, Line or some other chat app to tell you stories about art that we have created. But we also want to get to know you. We are not robots.
On Bernies iPad we failed to order a print from WhiteWall.com. On my Mac it went quite smoothly and we appreciated the good overview that we had throughout the process. With some further developments, WhiteWall will get Bernies top score. Listen to our experience of the site.
Some places are difficult to feel affection for, despite me desperately wanting to fall in love. Chipperfield Kantine is one such place. It's a problem of layout.
My blog suffered from not having an easy way of grouping posts about the same topic. I solved that by build functionality to represent Series'. The blog software did not give me the possibility of giving more valuable posts more focus. Collections are my reply to that challenge. Together they make my blog more fun to play with, and more expressive. What I built to make it better.