Kitty Singsuwan

Kitty Singsuwan

founder + user experience designer
ksd.
Chicago

Introduction

Founder + user experience designer at ksd. Creating a more caring, compassionate world through design.

Interests

Design
Interaction design
Product design
User experience

Expertise

Design
Adobe Creative Suite Intermediate
HTML & CSS Advanced
Interaction Design Advanced
Interface Design Advanced
Print Design Advanced
Responsive Design Advanced
User Experience Advanced
Wireframing Advanced
Front End Web Development
User Experience Design
Visual Design

Companies

current
ksd.
founder + user experience designer

my activity

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Kitty Singsuwan has a new connection.

recent blog posts

Kitty Singsuwan
Heuristic evaluation is a method that uses guidelines, or heuristics, to detect usability issues. Originally developed by Jakob Nielsen to inspect computer software, it has since made its way into the web world - where heuristic evaluations are used to determine a site or app's messaging,...
05/05/2012
TAGS: UX
VIEWS: 447
Kitty Singsuwan
A design guide for non-designers, by Wells Riley.
04/20/2012
TAGS: design, Startups
VIEWS: 538
Kitty Singsuwan
I know. That question makes you cringe. Believe me, I hate it too. But I need to ask, and the sooner I can bring it up, the better. Otherwise, we run the risk of animosity and aggravation down the road. Some of you have no problem answering this question, but for those of you that do, graphic...
04/16/2012
VIEWS: 379
Kitty Singsuwan
Here’s a summary of my favorite presentation at TechWeek -  I am the Place: Delivering Information to a Mobile Society by Alice Toth, Director of Interaction Design at ARC Worldwide. Up until ten or so years ago, information was largely tied to place (e.g. you went a theater to watch a movie). But...
08/17/2011
VIEWS: 248

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