The triple bar a.k.a. “hamburger” icon used to indicate a hidden menu is a UX design pattern we would do well in abandoning. Here’s why.
How can we communicate clearly through design and development? That is the question I attempt to answer in my latest release from lynda.com titled Foundations of UX: Logic and Content. The course looks at communication, web design, and User Experience through the prism of philosophy to find out how we communicate and also how we can use logic and common sense to create meaningful user experiences and ensure that the message we try to communicate is received as intended.
User Experience expert Dave Hogue joins the Authored Content crew to talk UX Ethics and black patterns. Also discussed: Google and Apple connected watches, Drawscript for Illustrator and the mothballing of the Web Standards Project.
One of the people responsible for my company switching to Microsoft Expression as our main web publishing platform is Qixing Zheng – a UX (User Experience) Advisor for Microsoft Canada. Qixing and her colleague Paul Laberge have been instrumental in both our transition to this new platform and also in getting me to the point…