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Screencast! Why? How? When?

Video Blog Post Screen Cast: Watch it!
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A perfect day through positive feedback

It reminds us that we should give positive feedback more often!
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From Mickey Mouse to iOS toggle switch – How UI animations support and enhance user experience

Animation in UIs is as important as layouts and fluid flows. If used correctly, animation can enhance and support user experience across the board
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CONFUCIUS TAUGHT ME NON-CONFUSING DESIGN

In the semiotic line of thought, all forms of communication are broken down and studied as messages containing units of meaning carried by units of expression. In this logic, linguistic tools are used in both assessing and constructing the elements of interaction between humans, also with technologi
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How to draw effective user interfaces

My favourite part of designing a user interface (UI) is sketching it with pen and paper. In this post, I tell about a systematic way to create UI sketches.
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IoT gets SP added by ABB

Will we see a sticker "IoT ready" on all connected things soon? If so, I'd be warned. Let’s make sure that IoT is not happening in a parallel universe excluding us.
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Linja won 3rd prize in #HackTheMaintenance at Konecranes

The Hackthon events has come to Finnish industries, thanks to IndustryHack’s efforts! Team Linja is exited and honoured to have been involved in this awesome event.
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UX Trends in cross platform designing

...After my research I have made an article with my findings. This sparked a vivid discussion with the Linja team, with many great ideas and arguments for and against certain UX trends.
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Linja joins #HackTheMaintenance at Konecranes

The practice of design involves shaping products and directing their behaviors to be more supportive to specific purposes. Since matter is neither created nor destroyed, but just transformed, designing is to any degree an attempt to coerce existing objects into serving a new intention.
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UX fold-able bike

Now that I most likely I found my "perfect" bike I'd like to share the circumstances. It all started when my beloved 20-year-old Gudereit a German racing bike got stolen. My first intention was to replace it with a similar bike.
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