Monthly Archives: January 2009

Hilarious look at Adobe's UI

So what’s wrong with Adobe’s UI: Well this is a very funny tumbl log of plenty of comments of things that could be done better: http://adobegripes.tumblr.com/ Things that particularly standout are issues with there cross-platform UI. Although praised by many … Continue reading

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Personality in interfaces

There is a lot of good content in this slideshow by Stephen Anderson, and goes a long way into why we should inject personalities in to the interfaces that we are creating. Eye Candy IS A Critical Business Requirement View … Continue reading

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TED: David Carson: Design, discovery and humor

Very funny video by David Carson at TED in 2003, though recently posted: Link. [tags]David Carson, TED, Video, Design[/tags]

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light on dark or dark on light – readability of interfaces

When designers first take to the design process one of the most influential decisions they make is whether to use light text on a dark background, or dark text on a lighter background. Often the decision comes from many angles, … Continue reading

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The Mac at 25

Very short but interesting little article about the work Apple is doing with its user interfaces and the what the recent patent could mean to users in the near future. Of course a lot of people are interested in the … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to UI Eye. The aim of this blog is to capture all the interesting User Interaction, User Interface and application design resources that I see on daily basis. Over the years I have found that there is no one … Continue reading

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