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by Harlan Cockburn | March 22, 2022 | 14
Read more‘Wow! Will you take a look at that!’ This is the sort of response that all Designers would like for their labors, and sometimes even get. We usually recognize ‘classic design’ although rarely agree with each other about what this constitutes: The Volkswagen Beetle, Fender guitar, Converse sneakers? – All classic designs, probably.
by Harlan Cockburn | December 9, 2021 | 33
Read moreLook, I know it’s not a good thing to resort to easy stereotypes when speaking of different nationalities. Generally I would steer very well clear of, ‘All Swedes are…’ or, ‘Greeks are usually distinguished by…’ However, in the case of the three interviewees who are my guides to Fintech in Spain, I’m tempted to characterize them with the same quality: they all speak, and apparently operate, with passion.
by Réka Almay | August 17, 2021 | 9
Read moreRevolut has come a long way in its relatively short, six year-long career. Launched in 2015, the startup had reached unicorn status by 2018 (the term given to startups with a valuation of at least $1 billion) and now has more than 15 million customers – and is still going strong.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | February 2, 2021 | 12
Read moreErgomania is committed to professional development, so on September 30th we held our next Product design talks webinar, about new trends and proven methods in UX-UI design. The webinar and the following discussion was led by Dr.
Everything becomes manageable without touch: the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on VUI(voice user interface) developments
by Dr. Péter Rónay | October 20, 2020 | 10
Read moreThe COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed not only our social behavior but also the way ordinary objects are used. In a situation where touching different devices carries a risk of infection a hand sanitizer is often a rarer commodity than truffle, as people think twice about what to touch.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | October 1, 2020 | 11
Read moreVoice User Interfaces are present in many areas of life. Sometimes they are especially useful, for instance when contactless use is paramount: during an epidemic, in a public area, or at any time in an isolation ward of a hospital.
by Harlan Cockburn | September 13, 2020 | 13
Read moreImagine designing a new car. There are a gazillion things to consider, including what function it will have – sporty, family run-about, off-road? How many passengers, how will it be powered, what safety features are needed, and can it be future-proofed? Such questions, plus many more, will precede what a lot of us might think of as car design – the ‘art part’ of beautiful curves and blended colors.
by Harlan Cockburn | August 6, 2020 | 7
by Harlan Cockburn | July 17, 2020 | 8
by Zsuzsanna Imrei | April 18, 2019 | 4
Read moreWhat is service design and why is it important to use at airports? Service design is a process to organize people, infrastructure and communication of service to optimize its quality and the relationship between the service provider and the customer. The purpose of service design is to create a service which is user-centered, relevant and competitive.