UX Links for the week ahead (Week 2)

Every week i will feature a few UX related links to get your set for the coming week.  This week i’m posting some best practises for creating cross platform mobile apps, a link to the design & thinking official trailer (which looks great), Richard Branson’s take on knowing when to give up on your idea, an interview with Victor Lombardi and a blog post about why responsive design won’t fix your content problem. Enjoy!

  1. Best practises – creating cross platform mobile apps: http://thenextweb.com/dd/2013/11/26/best-practices-building-cross-platform-mobile-apps/
  2. Design & thinking official trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uilcaXYnluU
  3. Knowing when to give up on your idea: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230093
  4. Fail Fast, Fail Often: http://www.uxbooth.com/articles/fail-fast-fail-often-an-interview-with-victor-lombardi/
  5. Responsive Design won’t fix your content problem: http://alistapart.com/column/responsive-design-wont-fix-your-content-problem

About Russell Morgan

Throughout his career in digital advertising, he has seamlessly transitioned into various disciplines ranging from web design, HTML integration, production, and even PPC management – making him a well-rounded practitioner. While doing the rounds of different digital disciplines, he saw the potential and importance of UX design and took it upon himself, with a partner, to set up a UX rooted digital development agency – where UX culture is instilled in every employee and process from start to finish. Russell, who originally hails from Scotland in the UK, is the Co-Founder, business development director and UX Lead of Foolproof Labs. He was previously the Experience director at Movent, a GroupM Company. He remains a strong advocate of design thinking, rapid prototyping and early stage user testing and validation, with no signs of stopping just yet. He is on a continuous search for all things UX – studying, developing and adapting new discoveries into his craft.

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