Monthly Archives: March 2014


I blinked.

In my world-of-work – the domains of knowledge, process, and user experience – I somehow missed a profound change in user experience. Those familiar with my work know that I do not just design. I build things by getting under the covers and earnestly practicing the black arts of coding and engineering. So what did I miss? It was the connection between what have become visually and tactilely commonplace in the user experience, and what have become the core competencies and artifacts around making it happen. (more…)