UX everywhere is part of a series of posts in which I tackle improving the user experience around every day things. In this issue we will discuss improving the user experience of Netflix, more specifically, their Watch Instantly service.
UX everywhere is part of a series of posts in which I tackle improving the user experience around every day things. In this issue we will discuss improving the user experience of the pesky flight introductions we all have to sit through.
It’s been about a year since I have been volunteering with Girl Develop It Austin, and in this year, I have learned a lot about what it’s like to be a good learner in this industry, but also what it means to be a good teacher.
While on a very long and boring plane ride to NYC, I realized I hadn’t looked at Sky Mall in a very long time. It used to be a tradition of mine when flying. During take-off, I would grab a copy of Sky Mall from my seat and read it to forget the fact I am about to be 20,000 feet in the air in a giant bird made of metal.
As someone working in tech with a film background, SXSW is like Christmas for me. I get to go and learn the latest and greatest in tech; and after all panels are done for the day, I get to gorge on the best of indie cinema! Here are my picks so far for SXSW Interactive and Film!
I picked up “Design Yourself: Rethinking the Way You Live, Love, Work, and Play” by Karim Rashid a few years ago because I was looking for a book about graphic design that would inspire me to be a better designer…
Sometimes, folks want me to suggest them one social tool that will do everything for them. But a good social media manager doesn’t just have one tool they use. You have a collection of tools that you fine tune and use in such a well-oiled fashion that often times, you’ll find you don’t need fancy, expensive all-in-one tools. These are the tools in my social media utilikilt.