TED is devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged. Today, with almost every topic covered, TED has become one of the most wonderful educational resources on the internet. We’ve designed a new experience for TED. A concept we call TED+.
At Fairpixels, we wanted to take the TED.com experience to the next level. Learning from companies like Netflix & Disney+. How would TED’s digital experience look like if it were to be redesigned into a more engaging cinematic content experience?
Yet an other unsollicited redesign of Reddit? Yes & No. Let me explain.
Like many fellow Redditors, I’ve been incredibly unsatisfied with the Reddit Redesign. It’s such a huge departure from the UX we’ve trained our muscle memory to navigate efficiently over the years.
So I set the following 60…
The Experiment: Combining Youtube tutorials with a simple code editor with real-time previews.
I’m the creative director at F.pro , a boutique UI & UX Design firm, helping B2B Startups craft user friendly products. Codecast, one of my personal sideprojects, badly needed a redesign. With a couple of thousand people using the simple code editor + online (mostly Youtube) tutorials, I decided to build a Youtube player inside the editor and redesign the entire product.
Here’s a visual overview of the process:
Productizing our UI/UX design services and focussing on tech startups & SaaS businesses, has helped us break free from billable hours and dramatically grow our recurring revenue.
By treating your service as a product and building scalable marketing funnels to automate your client flow, you’ll save a ton of time…
To design better products for our customers, we’ve been analyzing the interviews on indiehackers.com of B2B products that make at least $10k/mo. Looking for proven & actionable marketing strategies that other B2B startups can apply to grow their business.
The findings have been summarised in this list of 19 (in…
When I signed up to Twitter in 2009, I’ve been actively using it for many years. Today…. not so much.
Twitter still (strangely) occupies a special place in my heart, and so for the last 12 months, I’ve been consciously observing the way Twitter still occasionally adds value to my…
I love my iPhone.
The details and user experience are mostly delightful.
However… about 2–4 times a day, a moment of intense frustration pops in. Turning the otherwise smooth experience into total chaos.
Let me illustrate.
Say I‘m inside the Notes app. …