If you work in higher education and you are trying to apply user-centered design methods into your product or web design process, you are in luck because you surrounded by the users of your products and websites. With that said, there are a few things that you need to pay attention to. Below are some […]
In a recent project where we were planning some big changes, we decided to conduct a design studio session a week after user interviews were completed. For both sets of session we invited stakeholders as well as members of the dev team. Biggest win: attendees were more informed The user interviews created a baseline of […]
I just ran into a little problem trying to make a PDF from a Word doc on my Mac. It turns out that Word on OSX will remove all hyperlinks during the conversion unless you spell out the entire URL. After doing some digging online, the best solution I found was to take my newly […]
I can’t believe it’s been 10 years since the CSS Zen Garden project started. For those of you who don’t know about the project, this was an effort to push get folks to separate design from form on the web and to get folks to push the limits of CSS. Around the same time, my confidence in […]
Earlier today I launched this new website. You may catch a few quirks here and there, specially if you are checking it out on an Android device. I’m not worried, those quirks will get fixed in time and I expect to add new quirks as I experiment with newer stuff.
I created ‘Juan’s Virtual Studio’ back when I was in college to highlight my artwork. 12 years later, I replaced it with this site. Screenshots Some highlights I built that site using HTML, CSS, Fireworks, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash and QuicktimeVR.