When someone comes to my website, this is how I want them to react: The only way I can accomplish this is to take what they want into account. I have to design a site that they like, a site that is easy to use, where they can find what they want, one that [...]
I love philosophy, theology and history. Man’s struggle to understand the world both on a micro and macro scale can be traced for thousands of years. Practically every question has been touched from depression, to livelihood, to health and to love.
My aim in this blog is to bring concepts and lessons found in ancient texts and use them to better understand user behavior online, web design and UX / UI.
I am always looking for contributing authors and examples. Feel free to reach out and suggest a topic.
Thanks for reading.
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Cesar Kuriyama is a director, video maker, producer and animator. He has been selecting one second of video from every day of his life that he has put together into a montage. This record of his life allows him to reevaluate and learn from everyday of his life. He ultimately wants to capture all the [...]