Good UX we found in brands
- communicates with customers about the topic they are caring via shop’s napkin.
- shows a right way to communicate “push”
- where the best way to carry, to put down, and to drink meets
- might have tried hard to give their users back time, so they stated where the end of their feed—for the moment—is
- ’s User Behaviour study on Thai tourism behaviours about Walkabout journey following “Kimi no na wa” the movie
- Material Design’s subtle shadow and paper-like metaphor is such sweets for the eyes
- who says such unique experience, like going to the different stores of 7-Eleven yet you know where to find the very same goods, is not a good experience? Every new-generation of Central Plaza (Salaya, Westgate, Eastville, etc.) are now decorating with same materials, arranging shops the same way.
- custom-packed medicine with patient’s name on each pack is an interesting way of helping patients in medication consistency
- last night was quite a mess. Why? I believe it was the announcer’s information card ruins it all. Usability is the answer.
- is still the best mail & todo list i’ve ever used, all the best zero-mailbox possible experiences are there. even Inbox by Gmail still cannot beat it
- can we use pictures like people lying on bed instead of the word “before bed” on medicine bags? (additional picture drew by patient)
- In Thailand, a cute sticker pack can lead the brand to bigger exposure
- has just rolled out a difficult-time consultancy system