Cognitive Designer – Don Norman

I want to write about UX and this is just baby steps. I hope I can get better in writing. For now, it just several points about the video I watched yesterday. It’s nice and concise 🙂     Several points from this video: Cognitive designer is a new kind of designer that includes all […]

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New Header

This header change is unplanned hehe. I was bored at the time then I decided to play with photoshop brushes. Found some good brushes and tried to make something. And here it is   yay!  

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Logo: MJ – Beauty Product

I tried to join a design contest in 99designs some weeks ago. The contest brief was this: Name to incorporate in the logo MJ Description of the organization and its target audience Target audience: mostly females, Product: beauty product (exfoliating wash cloth and bath bombs for now) I would like a design I can use […]

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Eavesdropping (or Overheard?) In Public Places…

As an introvert, I don’t like being in crowded places, not because sometimes I’m alone in those places (Yes, I enjoy wandering around by myself, it’s actually fun, tho LOL). Crowded places just overwhelmed for me haha. But there are times when I cannot just stay at home or kostan, that’s when I have to […]

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Design: A Thought Process

Some important points from article I read Celebrating Design Without Contending With It (http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/celebrating-design-without-contending-with-it) Maybe the phenomenon of the “dumb” yet successful, familiar in many fields, applies equally in design. … Design (they are forever pointing out) is not merely an exercise in superficial aesthetics or styling, as the public may assume. It is, rather, […]

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Delightful UX & Restaurant

I read this article from Nielsen Norman Group, titled “Everything I Needed to Know About Good User Experience I Learned While Working in Restaurants“. I can say that this article is really good because it give me new perception about delightful experience. The article also inspires me to enrich my experience through Cerita Makan Emil […]

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Affective Forecasting

Affective forecasting is the process of predicting how future events will influence emotional well-being. People often use affective forecasting when making decisions. For example, people make choices about who to marry, where to live, and what to buy based on their affective forecasts about what will bring happiness. Unfortunately, affective forecasting is prone to error, […]

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