Jon Yablonski

Senior Product Designer at General Motors Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Peak-End Rule, in reply to Thomas Michael Semmler , Apr 22, 2020

    Thanks Thomas! I agree — too often that’s not included. Lots more in the book :)

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  • Posted to Peak-End Rule, in reply to Jerry T , Apr 21, 2020

    Thanks Jerry — much appreciated :)

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  • Posted to Peak-End Rule, in reply to Mac Peterson , Apr 20, 2020

    Thanks Mac!

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  • Posted to Laws of UX: The Book, in reply to Napoleon W , Apr 15, 2020

    no problem!

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  • Posted to Laws of UX: The Book, in reply to Napoleon W , Apr 14, 2020

    Kindle version will be made available shortly before the release of the book in May :)

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  • Posted to Laws of UX: The Book, in reply to Napoleon W , Apr 14, 2020

    Great question. It will be released through O’Reilly, so I imagine their will be a Kindle version available in a few weeks. I'll check in on this and get back to you :)

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  • Posted to Humane by Design, in reply to Mateusz Tatara , Mar 19, 2019

    Thank you Mateusz :) The idea has been in the back of my mind since last March, but I finally got around to sketching/researching this past November. It went through a few iterations before landing on where it is now - things always feel differently once they are in code!

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  • Posted to Humane by Design, in reply to Duke Cavinski , Mar 19, 2019

    You're welcome Steven! Re: GM products — I can’t really speak to this b/c I'm relatively new to the team. I will say automotive UX leans heavily towards safety and is sensitive to distraction b/c it's an imperative. Driver distraction is a major cause for concern, but you don't always see this level of priority/awareness/concern in customer electronics like phones, etc. The difference is cultural, but also b/c lives are at stake, ya know?

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  • Posted to Humane by Design, in reply to Yannic Nachname , Mar 19, 2019

    Thanks Yannic! SVG animations were done via CSS keyframe animation

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  • Posted to Humane by Design, in reply to Waldy Przybyslawski , Mar 18, 2019

    I'll take a look at that Waldy - thanks for the heads up. I agree with you re: snapshot on resources ;)

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