Latest news & updates – Page 13 of 18

Catching Issues in Evolving Interfaces

Thinking of design as not only a product but a process can help complex products stay secure as they evolve.

Writing for User Interfaces

Here are tips for UX copywriting to explain how your technology works and reduce the need for additional user support.

Victims of Success

Rather than view feature requests as a set of highly-divergent signals, it can help to try and group requests based on the underlying need that they speak to.

Fostering Discussions Around Privacy

This week we've been busy in New York City meeting with our <ahref=""https://simplysecure.org/who-we-are#advisors">advisors</a> and co-hosting Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy.It was gratifying to see so many people turn out to discuss creative ways ofapproaching an issue that is dear to our hearts, and I know that I'm not... (Read more)

Nostalgia, Trust, and Brand Guidelines

Last week Google unveiled a new logo as part of an updated brand identity. Professional typographic designers were swift to react. Tobias Frere-Jones, designer of Interstate and other widely-used fonts, said "I really hope this 'e' does not become a thing." Beyond professional designers, the New Yorker's Sarah Larson complained... (Read more)