Designing for varying content

I have always been bothered by how beautiful design gets crushed by stupid content. Let me rephrase. I have always been bothered how poor design accommodates actual content. Ahh better. Even something as simple as a displaying a username in the app’s top bar can lead to some very interesting situations. Wrote an article about… Read more »

My year in review

2014 has been a slightly bumpy ride but I am definitely in a better place than I started. Just the webdev stuff below: In 2014, I Helped revive 2 dead meetup groups and started a UX meetup group in New Haven Wrote for an outside publication – Sitepoint Launched IncrementalUX, my UX consultancy business Moved from full… Read more »

Winning hackathon pitches with UX

Last weekend, I was invited to mentor participants at Yale health hackathon on user experience. I had a great time being among high energy entrepreneurs wanting to change the landscape of medicine and technology. Being on the other side of the event, I had the opportunity to converse with the mentors and judges on what they are… Read more »

Open source innovation

  Picture Courtesy: Sean MacEntee Occasionally, I get emails from people across the globe based on my github profile. These people are conducting research on open source contributions and communities. They usually request for a survey form to be filled or a skype interview. I always try my best to help such people out. After one… Read more »

Chronicles from UXMad13

Exactly one year before today, I had the opportunity to attend UXMad13. Madison has some of the warmest people I have ever met. The Remsiks were extremely helpful and nice people. And, I had a whale of a time attending the single track UX event. I wanted to share my experiences and urge you guys to… Read more »