I loved playing The Need for Speed

If you’re in a group of people being chased by a bear, you only need to be faster than the slowest person in the group. But that’s not how websites work: being faster than at least one other website, or even faster than the ‘average’ website, is not a great achievement when the average websiteContinue reading “I loved playing The Need for Speed”

Psychological Tricks & Side Effects of Data-Driven Decisions

The trend in our age is using data, generating data nad making decisions out of data. Data is the new petrolium of our age represents wealth and power. However, when we use data, not everyone feels and sees the same and psychologically, we may even make them feel wrong. In this topic, I have seen thisContinue reading “Psychological Tricks & Side Effects of Data-Driven Decisions”

Some Notes on UX

I’ve been collecting some notes from articles about UX for a while. After they reached some threshold, I thought it might be better to share them. Here are those; Chrome Obesity: Don’t Eat My Pixels … Back button is now only the 3rd most-used feature on the Web. Clicking hypertext links remains the most-used feature,Continue reading “Some Notes on UX”