Charles Erdman

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NewYorker.com Gets A Fresh New Look

Following a redesign of the magazine last September, the <i>New Yorker</i> has today unveiled a new look for its website. <i>NewYorker.com</i> is now easier to read on smartphones, desktops, and tablets.<p>Updated New Yorker website.<p>It’s the the <i>New Yorker</i>–publisher of 13,000-word book reviews and five-part stories on …

Online Life

Mobile Ad Spend Will Surpass Print This Year as Overall Ad Market Hits $180 Billion

The mobile revolution is finally paying off for publishers and brands that have made investments in beefing up advertising on smartphones and …

Prototyping Your Workflow

Last year the digital agency I work for, Bluecadet, started a website redesign project for The Franklin Institute—a renowned Philadelphia science …

Web Design

Persuasion: Applying the Elaboration Likelihood Model to Design

Persuasion is part of every aspect of our lives. Politicians want our vote, businesses want us to buy their products, and people want us to like …

Move Over Product Design, UX Is The Future

Rick Wise, CEO of Lippincott, says experience innovation is the next design imperative. Here are five things you can do this year to make that happen.<p>Editor’s Note<p>2/17/14<p>Happy Presidents’ Day! To celebrate, we’re revisiting some of our most popular stories of the year. Enjoy.<p>For decades, the most …

Customer Experience

Zipcar, Uber And The Beginning Of Trouble For The Auto Industry

There’s a good chance if you’re a city dweller and a regular Zipcar user, you don’t own a car. And according to a new study from Alix Partners, you’re probably not alone. Had it not been for car-sharing services, automakers would have sold about 500,000 more new cars over the past decade. And Alix …