Can Google.com and Ask search engine be sued for copyright infringement of they using my user interface design?
Before the invasion of smartphones and apps galore for such smartphones. There was no search engine that could provide the feel of no clutter while providing an applike appeal and use until I designed the home page seen below.
One of my search engine front end design seen below from 2010
Google new version 2018:
Ask.com first came close way back in 2012, then Google followed similar design seen below before their new version.
See my 2011 blog article speaking about Ask.com and my design for jahboo.com below.
jahboo.com page design influences Ask.com? Or is it a total rip off?
I was reading an article this morning, just now a a matter a fact as the headline grabbed my attention.
UX — the thought behind design
You should read it too and make sure to visit https://dominos.com.jm/ then click order online
Without further elaboration you would have noticed that the link above was mentioned as the second part of the article that deals with UX.
You will notice by the second click after trying out the ordering online feature, that the UX is total BS and totally outdated and nothing short or prehistoric UX for such a company as Dominos in Jamaica.
In fact I got so frustrated with the UX I did not bother to order nor would I ever try again if it were the same UX.
I would really like to see the data usage of this new feature after the first 12 months. I would bet like my next dominos pizza order, that it will not be impressive. Take it from a former Dominos pizza lover.
In short the UX stinks out of this world and completely sucks. The clown (As he must be joking around with circus like content) that wrote the article in the Jamaica Observer, is a member of Jamaica Design Association.
I wonder if he knows of the team that did such a design and that is the reason for the glossy write up?
If this is what Jamaica Design Association has to offer it is a sick joke.