Today marks the first day our publication, Insert Coin, is rolled out! This is an exciting opportunity for us. Our goal is to shine a spotlight on figures in the industry, find out how they got their start and learn more about the great new games they’re working on. This will also be a platform for content on games industry — exploring topics such as usability, storytelling, critique, production, design challenges, and many more. Stay tuned for more exciting content on this publication, we’re excited to share more.
As a product designer, it’s always good to have the users in mind for all of your product decisions. User personas are a great way to synthesize the user research and feedback you receive and develop archetypes based on accumulated data.
Quantitative: Data metrics that pertain to hard data, specifically numbers or analyses from website user data. Examples of quantitative data types include:
Qualitative: Data metrics for user behavior. More of a soft approach, qualitative data requires connecting with potential users. …
A perfect paragraph isn’t very noticeable. However, when you learn the rules of a properly typeset paragraph they become a very beautiful thing. These rules are meant to be applied for print paragraphs, since responsive displays, browser rendering quirks and device limitations make several of these rules almost impossible to implement on the web.
If you ever want to break the rules, you must know them first.
If you decide to typeset a left or right aligned paragraph, you must make sure the edges are properly ragged. What this means is the ragged edge has a consistent flow…
Founder at Token Interactive, course lead at The New School