Thoughts


A dogma-free approach to leaner UX

07/16 2015

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

Here's some tips for being leaner in your approach to UX work without being bogged down with dogma.

Creating a responsive table solution for complex schedule data

04/15 2015

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

Responsive design and messy complex table-data are a challengengin thing to get right. Here's what we did on the BC transit Project to deal with schedule tables.

How to ensure your web project has a successful launch

04/14 2015

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

It’s launch day, and after weeks or even months of sometimes painstaking work, you’re finally ready to pull the trigger and reveal your new website to the world.

10 things I learned about running a UX Workshop by watching the World Cup

07/22 2014

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

Responsive design and messy complex table-data are a challengengin thing to get right. Here's what we did on the BC transit Project to deal with schedule tables.

Responsive Design Lecture at the DITA Conference 2014

04/28 2014

originally published on Slideshare

Forsake the KRAGL - What the Lego movie taught me about designing for enterprise CMSs

03/11 2014

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

I watched the Lego Movie on the weekend with our Lego obsessed 4-year-old; his very first trip to the movie theatre. It was the best movie I’ve seen in a long time and it paralleled some of the struggles we have designing for enterprise Content Management Systems (CMSs).

One-hour apps part two never miss a Google Hangout meeting again!

11/07 2013

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

Finding a google hangout link on an iPhone is virtually impossible, especially when you're running late to a meeting. Rather than complain, I built a simple web app to fix this problem.

From order to chaos and back - an inside look into the design process

10/10 2013

originally published on Yellow Pencil Blog

The big D - Design process is a little like making sausage - everyone loves the outcome but would rather be spared the gory details of how it’s made.