This week's links on design-thinking and design come right after I shared some observations made on a recent trip to India. Apple is giving design a bad name, writes Don Norman, who established the User Experience Architect's Office later becoming Vice President of Apple's Advanced Technology Group. His co author is Bruce Tognazzini, a usability … Continue reading Four For Friday (31)
This post has no photos. None that I took anyway. Because taking photos is hard, while we navigate badly designed situations. When we don't understand or care about customer experience. My flight on the world's favourite airline ran out of disembarkation and customs declaration forms for India. For now, I shall refrain from commenting on … Continue reading Design stories from recent travels in India
With my interest in asymmetries, I would like to blog more about the mechanism design theory but for now, it is great to know its proponents are the Nobel winners in economics.