This month marks the third anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake. Much of the country, myself included, felt the shaking that day—but it was the subsequent tsunami that did the most damage.
On Mar. 11, 2011, the sea swept across 217 square miles of Japan’s Pacific coast. The surge smashed Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures in the northeast Tohoku region, killing 15,884 people.
Nick Disabato is a user interaction designer. An independent, he works with clients to help them create or fine-tune the products, apps, and systems they create.
In 2008, as a young designer, Disabato set out to create a chapbook of evergreen design principles for user interaction and experience. That chapbook became Cadence & Slang, a short, high level statement of principles about how to design every aspect of a product. It was one of thefirst publishing projects on Kickstarter and it did well. Now, Disabato has returned to the book, updating and revising the text (and design) in response to the changing landscape of UX. (There’s a Kickstarter for the 2nd edition too, it ends August 9.)
Shout out to Ms. Erickson from Alabama in the United States, for sharing ClassDojo with colleagues!
You need to right click the extension’s icon, go into Options, then pick the Customized setting and pick Canada or Great Britain, depending on what you’re trying to watch. Then hit save. Then you can left-click the icon to go from just going through whatever country you’re in (it’s red when you are) to going through whichever country you picked (green).
You never know who you are, when you’re just a turtle.