Creating experiences for mobile devices is all the rage right now. However, poor experiences on mobile devices are the source of my rage. Grrrrr. I’ve recently been tasked with creating an alternate mobile navigation solution that healthily accommodates racks on racks of sub-menus. The current solution is an accordion style menu that increases in
People think that I’m not on their team. They think I want to tell them no. Or that I want to determine how much of that dreaded content gets on the page. Or remove those really cool graphics they’ve been working on. Or remove functionality because it gets in the way. While I could tell
We freelancers are notorious for not knowing what to charge. We don’t want to charge too much and scare all of our potential customers away, so we lower our prices thinking that it’ll help us get the gig. For some of us, this works. We get the gig and then we get another gig like
Serve up some face. One day I decided that I wanted to have a few hot pictures of myself for Instagram. I didn’t have an avatar with my face in it and I felt that I needed to jazz things up. So, in true Naya fashion, I put together a selfie photo shoot in my bathroom.
You know what I don’t understand? Why people say this: “People don’t actually read text on websites.” … … … If I had a bottled hour of sleep for every time I heard that, I’d never need to go to bed again. Dead serious. And I LOVE sleep. Yes, there are people who don’t
When I interviewed for my most recent job as a Web Developer, which ultimately turned into a UX/UI Developer role, I was asked if I take the position of mobile first or desktop first. By that time I had already considered that debate as having been beaten worse than the dead horse analogy and was