Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Yemen, Afghanistan, Ukraine – the globe is scarred by violence We live in a world of trouble. Conflicts today may be much less lethal than those that scarred the
The ability of a user to learn and adapt to a new interface, of course, plays a huge role in interaction design. And so does the ability of the designer to predict the user’s response to the new system.
After his father suffered a heart attack last year, 16-year old Ayan Saha had to quickly look for a job to support his family. Living below the poverty line in the state of West Bengal, he didn’t have
Google will sunset photo-sharing site Panoramio as it focuses on building out features in Google Maps, Digital Trends reports. For context, Panoramio allows users to upload and share their photos by location
The company’s new vision for interfaces isn’t graphic or material at all. It’s the spoken word. In 50 to 100 years, I firmly believe that your home could be made of Google. I know, that sounds weird. it’s
Nearly three weeks ago, a senior Indian intelligence official was lamenting about the death of an initiative that could have vastly improved India’s counter-terrorism capabilities. Worried at the lack
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reportedly wanted Gareth Bale and Raheem Sterling to join the Blues this summer, with the Portuguese manager said to have been wary about other teams catching up to the champions.
And what can you do to help? This essay is excerpted from the ebook Web Design Trends 2015 & 2016 by Jerry Cao, Kamil Zieba, and Matt Ellis of UXPin, a UX design platform. Flat design rose in popularity
Emoji are already butting their heads with traditional words, but could they take over completely? Linguist Neil Cohn casts his expert eye over the pictures taking the world by storm. The year 2015 could
World Iraqi Christians driven from their homes by ISIS have formed their own militia and are fighting alongside their "Muslim brothers" to retake their homeland from the extremists. The 1,000-strong Babylonian