You'll see that this is the 3rd design that I'm featuring here in the last couple of weeks and it's only significant, because they've all been WooThemes (currently running Crisp [http://www.woothemes.com/2010/08/crisp/]). I fully intend on having the Radiiate team create something custom & awesome for
The video from the “The Designer Startup” talk at DIBI in April. (Slides here.) [http://adiirockstar.com/post/568522065/above-is-one-of-my-slides-from-my-talk-titled-the]
Inspire [http://www.woothemes.com/2010/05/inspire/] is the awesome new business theme from WooThemes.
Some more great content right up the alley [http://adiirockstar.com/post/607290711/doing-some-research-work-on-designing-a-user] which I’ve been researching of late.
This makes a lot of sense and the trick is probably in having a great conversion rate from those “random” visitors to your website; if you can engage a good percentage of those beyond one click / visit, then you have a chance of converting them to users.
Preview of my slides for EECI2010 [http://eeci2010.com].
Doing some research work on “designing a user experience” and stumbled onto this amazing TED talk by Don Norman. Do watch “The Three Ways That Good Design Makes You Happy”.
This is how recipes should look! [http://www.flickr.com/photos/starsammy/4605760111/]
Ooh, @pasql [http://twitter.com/pasql] brings some of his sexy design style to @spencerfry [http://twitter.com/spencerfry]’s blog on his latest article. [http://spencerfry.com/how-to-bootstrap]