We recently had a sponsored giveaway for letterheads and envelopes from UPrinting, an online printing company.The winner of 500 letterheads and envelopes from UPrinting is Tom.

Recently, we had a sponsored giveaway for five accounts on MaxCDN (a leading content delivery network service provider) loaded with 1 TB of bandwidth, ready to go.

Here are the winners of the giveaway:

SocialMate: 28 Free Social Media Icons (Includes PSDs)


How Cognitive Biases Shape User Experience

Everyone develops opinions regarding how things should look, how things should behave, and what things should be called. These cognitive biases make up the filter between what actually exists, and what we perceive to be true.

The field of experience design attempts to realize a user’s cognitive biases, or opinions, and rationalizes design decisions that make use of those biases.


In this giveaway, WPZOOM is shelling out premium WordPress themes and giving it to 10 Six Revisions readers.

For a chance to win, simply answer this question in the comments: Which WPZOOM theme would you like to win?

This giveaway ends on May 4, 2011 after which the comments section on this post will be closed. We’ll use your email address to contact you if you win. The winners will be randomly selected and announced on a separate post. Please note that comments that don’t follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published.

How to Use Your iPad for Real Design Work

Designers have a love affair with Apple products that stretches back decades, but as Apple shifts their focus towards low-power devices that fit more towards a mainstream audience, are designers being left behind?

We all know that the iPad is fun — but is it a legitimate business tool for designers? We’ll take a look at a few tools that will help you use your iPad for professional-level design work.


Usability Testing With Card Sorting

Information architecture is a big component of web design. What order should elements go in? Is there a visual hierarchy that must be followed? What should go where? Is the current navigational structure the most efficient? These are just some questions that a designer faces.