Category Archives: User experience
YouTube has become a stable channel for consumption. With the democratisation of content generation, I am able to see videos on investing, how to Excel videos whilst at times killing times with cat videos. 🙂 Now, YouTube can also be consumed via the Sky satellite box. Whilst watching a video, I wanted to like it, […]
Whilst reading National Geographic digital magazine, I spotted this advert to the Valley of the Booms. Sounds a fascinating story and would love to watch it. NatGeo programme has high production values and I like the story they tell. I am reading this on the 4th. The programme airs on the 13th. Any programme 7 days […]
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou.
At any fuel station now a days there are two options. You either pay for it fuel at the pump itself. Or you pay at the kiosk. Paying at the kiosk is the good old way. You put the fuel. Walk to the cashier inside a store. And can buy some refreshments or car related […]
A long read about critical ingredients which are necessary to build a company. Lenny Rachitsky does a splendid job and gives an actionable plan to all the budding leaders.
On my flight back from Lyon I spot this advert. The image appears to be crowdsourced and also the photographer is credited as well. I believe this is the right way forward for any brand that wants to connect with its audience. It creates user-generated images which adds life to what would otherwise be staged […]
The debate is not whether QWERTY keyboard is better layout or not. The reality is most of us use that layout on our phones, laptops and desktops. So why should a parking meter be different? The above parking meter needs you to put your car registration number before you proceed to enter the number of […]
A smile makes you beautiful. Have a nice day. What a simple and powerful message. And the guests who enter or leave the Clarion Hotel Post in Gothenburg get this see it and feel wonderful. I have never seen such a great use of this space until now. Well done to the team that thought […]
Above is a Microsoft pop-up. I am reading this on the 2nd Mar 2019. The date format (highlighted in red box) does not give a clear picture. It creates confusion and creates frustration because of the way you read the date, it is either 3rd March or 6th June! Is it [3/6/2019] 3rd of June […]
Warren Buffett once said, You can hold a rock concert and that’s OK. You can hold a ballet and that’s OK. But don’t hold a rock concert and advertise it as a ballet. That is the key. Your talk needs to match your walk. It is not that difficult. This is a long read about […]