Souheil Karimeh

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Whiteboards, Visions And Banned Words

• Clean<br>• Simple<br>• Fast<br>• Snappy<br>• Some<br>• Most<br>• Nice<p>These words are banned. If anyone in the room says any of these words, it means we’ve lost our focus or forgotten …

Building A Better Responsive Website

Benefits<p>A single website to build, maintain and promote.<br>• Support for a variety of screen sizes, not just the extreme cases of large desktop monitors …

Designing For The Multifaceted User

We Are Multifaceted<p>Put yourself in the shoes of a user for a moment. Imagine that a friend has introduced you to a new Facebook group about a subject …

How To Design A Better Mobile Checkout Process

Let’s dive into some examples of mobile checkout processes and see what we can learn.<p>1. Include Only Vital Fields<p>We’ve all answered those dreaded …

Mastering Real-World Constraints (A Case Study)

The Challenge<p>As a Web and mobile app UI design firm, we couldn’t very well ignore the problem for much longer and let prospective clients pinch, …

An Easy Way To Present Adobe Fireworks Design Prototypes

The only thing you will need to think about is where to upload the presentation (i.e. whether to present it online or on your iOS or Android device). …

How To Maintain Hierarchy Through Content Choreography

<i>The figure above shows three columns of content. The lines below the two right columns indicate that each will drop below the main content as the</i> …

How I Work: IDEO's Duane Bray On Creating Great Digital Experiences

<i>Duane Bray at IDEO’s New York City office.</i><p>Like all IDEOers you meet, Duane Bray is unfailingly nice, with a soft, well-spoken voice. He reminds you …

How Much Has The Web Really Changed?

Screen Sizes<p>In the 1990s, the Web was 640 pixels wide. In the early 2000s, it grew to 800 pixels. A few years later, we decided it should be 1024 …