The problematic icons

What makes a icon great is usually judged by how fast a user would recognize what it does. The most common one would probably be the »

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Captioned video - the new black?

The everyday scrolling of social media doesn't really leave any room for traditional video content, you know, the kind where you see some dude talking about »

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My Charging Station - The Story of a Fruit Bowl

One of my big concerns in today‚Äôs techy society is charging stations. I find them horrible. An eternal tangled mess of distress. Let me tell »

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Does the TV need to be smart?

The TV is a hot potato these days. Lots of companies release set-top boxes or integrated solutions, competition is murder. Yet most of the designs seem »

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Putting "Search" in the navigation

The go-to-way of designing a search experience in today's apps and sites seem to be putting it easily accessible, right up top on your product. Top »

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The exhaustive extent of the round profile picture

It's amazing how quickly some concepts can become a new standard. No matter where you go on the web today, It's a fairly safe bet that »

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Top 3 design flaws of iOS

I just recently smashed my phone. It was an Android Nexus 5 device. I've been using android since the first phones came out and have never »

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Whats really the future for streaming?

We've been waiting for a spotify-like, all-you-can-eat service for our TV- and movie demands for all to long. Chances are we are never to see it. »

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The (few) benefits of Fantastic Four

9% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 4.1 on IMDB. Audiences has not responded particularly well to Josh Tranks take on Fantastic four. But I want »

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