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As many long time Toronto Raptor fans since day 1, I finally got the chance to see them win their 1st NBA Championship. So after the final buzzer went off, I wanted to immediately purchase some NBA Champions merchandise. My regret during the 1992-1993 World Series championship run of the Toronto Blue Jays, I don’t […]

How Rude! – Defensive Design In Canada

Posted Posted in News, The UX Files I had never heard of the concept of “Defensive Design” before. When I read this article I could not comprehend why people would go through this much effort, to self destruct their own design work. The park bench should be able to accommodate anyone who would like to sit outside. When I saw the […]

Response Matters: TTC Emergency Button

Posted Posted in News, The UX Files I came across this interesting article on CBC news discussing the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) reviewing their emergency push button talk system. My initial reaction to the headline was of course emergency systems should be reviewed. However it was a design flaw in the emergency system that neglected an important element in user experience; […]

Toronto Pearson – Food Over Flights?

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Recently on Twitter, I had come across an ad for Toronto Pearson Airport. It actually peaked my interest. Having recently travelled to Chicago, I originally want checking Toronto Pearson airport for information. In the end, I ended up doing my flights out of Billy Bishop (Toronto Island). Though at the time, I found Toronto Pearson’s […]

Introducing The UX Files

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To make things stand out easier, I’ve decided to create a category with blog posts called The UX Files. This will help categorize my ongoing learnings and education with user experience and touch on user interface as well. Maybe one day it will spin off into its own series, but no plan for that at […]