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What I’ve been reading lately (week 14 of 2014)

Building a Solid Foundation for Efficient Design There is more pressure than ever to quickly deliver smart solutions for increasingly sophisticated users, clients, and devices. What Prevents Users from Making Better Financial Decisions? If you’re a UX Designer working in the financial services domain, you’re well acquainted with the reality that many people are not […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 13 2014)

Leveraging Eye Tracking to Create an Engaging User Experience Eye tracking is a very powerful research technique that can help you design engaging experiences by illuminating a pathway for capturing user attention. It’s also a misunderstood technique. Moving Beyond the Design “How do you take user experience to the next level? … Stop tweaking those […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 12 of 2014)

Samsung to Launch Website Dedicated to Explaining Their Design Process Here’s a welcome bit of attention for our field: Next week Samsung Electronics is launching Design.Samsung.Com, an “online platform presenting influential design stories and solutions to be shared around the world.” Why people focus on the right-hand side of a design Website users instinctively have […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 9 of 2014)

I’ve been doing link sharing roundups every week on and off for the last couple of years or so, and with the #Blogg100 thing going I thought I might as well pick it up again. So here you go, the lastest UX design links I’ve found and shared lately. Designing a responsive form, 20 inspirational […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 50)

Coding is Believing There’s something that’s hard for some of us web designers to just flat out admit: we stubbornly hate to code. UX Review of Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch poses unique problems due to the tiny touchscreen. The use of gestures and streamlining content are reasonable solutions, but need to […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 49)

PS4 vs Xbox One – a Usability Review (Part 1) It’s nothing political. Nothing that will have any real righteous impact on the world. This has been the battle between gaming’s two behemoths. The battle to be under our Christmas tree. The psychology behind information dashboards With its interactive and intuitive interface and its ability […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 47)

Cross-Channel UX: Seamlessness A seamless user experience, regardless of channel or device, is one of the 4 requirements for a usable cross-channel experience. Companies and organizations that allow users to switch channels while completing tasks have a competitive advantage. Create Great UX in an Agile World by Conducting Lean UX Research | UX Magazine The […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 46)

10 facts about the brain that will help you design better websites | Web design | Creative Bloq 10 facts about the brain that will help you design better websites http://www.creativebloq.com/web-design/psychology-tips-ux-11135216 Design for Fingers and Thumbs Instead of Touch :: UXmatters Design for Fingers and Thumbs Instead of Touch http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2013/11/design-for-fingers-and-thumbs-instead-of-touch.php Halo Effect: Definition and Impact […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 45)

The positive side of skeuomorphism The positive side of skeuomorphism. Explicitly State the Difference Between Options When the key difference(s) between UI choices are implied or buried, users often select the wrong option or miscomprehend the features. Group Form Elements Effectively Using White Space Improve the layout of your online forms by placing form labels […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 44)

Retina Displays and File Sizes I’m spending this day in maintenance mode doing backend stuff, and I started thinking about Retina quality images and their file sizes. Design for Experience: Experience that Makes a Difference Technology exists to solve problems. Some solutions are to common problems like counting calories. Other solutions effect major change and […]

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