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Intersection of the Physical and Digital Worlds | UX Magazine

Intersection of the Physical and Digital Worlds | UX Magazine | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

"It seems like every few weeks, we hear about a new field that falls under the umbrella of “design.” Though it is a great time to be a designer, we are not taking full advantage of the learning and techniques that stem from other design fields. With all the exciting new divergences in design and with the pressures of deadlines and deliverables, we can lose sight of the past and forget to combine traditional design methods in innovative ways to keep the field moving forward."

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Emotional Design Fail: Divorcing My Nest Thermostat

Emotional Design Fail: Divorcing My Nest Thermostat | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
I was a proud Nest early adopter: It saved energy, and showed me the savings. In an emotional-design fail, it let me down: behaviorally, reflectively, and finally viscerally.
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Improve Validation Errors with Adaptive Messages

Improve Validation Errors with Adaptive Messages | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
Validation errors won't ever be eliminated – they are a natural part of complex forms and user inputs. In this article we share insights from our usability studies and see how error messages are a key factor in the user's error recovery experience.
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Experiment: Using Flexbox Today - Chris Wright

Experiment: Using Flexbox Today - Chris Wright | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

Outlining a strategy for using Flexbox in 2015, including examples, possibilities and troubleshooting

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The ultimate guide to information architecture

Information architecture is equal parts art and science. Whether you hire a dedicated IA professional, or just sort of let IA happen on your projects, if you’

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The ultimate guide to information architecture #H2MWP

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An exploration in Material Design by feedly

An exploration in Material Design by feedly | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
A deep dive into what feedly would look like with all the Material Design guidelines applied. By feedly’s lead designer.
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Workshops: The UX Designers' Trojan Horse

Viviana Doctorovich explains how to use workshops to teach clients the design process using planning, design games and methods for dealing with difficult stakeholders.
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The UX Reader | MailChimp – MailChimp UX

At MailChimp, we love to show our work—partly because it makes us better at what we do. This ebook is a collection of the most popular articles from our UX Newsletter, along with some exclusive content. It embodies our quest to reflect, refine, and grow. We hope it’ll help you do the same.

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A Vision for Our Sass

A Vision for Our Sass | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

Sass is a powerful tool in helping us wrangle complex stylesheets. Yet it has its headaches—including troublesome nesting of CSS selectors, code duplication, and tight coupling—that result in messy outputted CSS. Universal standards aren’t a viable answer, as the Sass spec continues to quickly change and grow. Felicity Evans holds that the problem isn’t Sass itself, but the way we use it. In this article, she champions a set of tenets that offers guidelines on how to work with Sass and evaluate new features and techniques.

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UX Check

UX Check is a Chrome Extension that helps you identify usability issues through a heuristic evaluation.

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How to Manufacture Desire | UX Magazine

How to Manufacture Desire | UX Magazine | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
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17 Usability Testing Myths and Misconceptions :: UXmatters

Usability testing has been around so long that it’s the most well-known and most frequently practiced user research method. So I find it amazing that there are still so many misconceptions about usability testing. In this column, I’ll debunk the most common myths and misconceptions that I’ve encountered over the years.

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FLUPA UX-Day 2014 - Sophie Freiermuth : "UX en équipe agile ou Lean : comment s’y prendre ?"

S’inscrire dans le cadre des sprints agile, ou dans le flux d’expériences qui valident des hypothèses Lean Startup, ce n’est pas toujours évident quand on explore…
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Strategic UX: The Art of Reducing Friction

Strategic UX: The Art of Reducing Friction | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
In user experience, friction is defined as interactions that inhibit people from intuitively and painlessly achieving their goals within a digital interface. Friction is a major problem because it leads to bouncing, reduces conversions, and frustrates would-be customers to the point of abandoning their tasks. Today, the most successful digital experiences have emerged out of focusing on...

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Strategic UX: The Art of Reducing Friction #H2MWP

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Introducing the service model canvas - UX for the masses

Introducing the service model canvas - UX for the masses | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
Find out how to explore, de-construct and document an existing or new service with the service model canvas. A great new service design tool.
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Radical Redesign or Incremental Change?

Leverage conversion research when embarking on a redesign project to minimize risk and optimize business results.
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Journey Mapping for Damn Good Digital Design - PHX Digital Summit 2015

Designing digital experiences that delight our users and meet our organizational objectives isn’t easy, but it’s not impossible. User journeys can help. Unders…

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CSS Reference | Codrops

CSS Reference | Codrops | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

An extensive CSS reference with all the important CSS properties and info to learn CSS from the basics

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Easy to understand CSS with this reference #H2MWP

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A Collection of Inspiring Sitemaps and User Flow Maps

A Collection of Inspiring Sitemaps and User Flow Maps | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
All websites should start with a good plan. Focussing on the design process first may be common for smaller sites. For larger sites, when user experience is paramount, creating an initial sitemap or user flow map is an effective way of working out how you want visitors to use and navigate around. UX is key to a successful site. And always remember the 5PS of planning a site – Proper Planning...

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Is DevOps Driving the Future of UX Design?

Is DevOps Driving the Future of UX Design? | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
Alan Cooper, the Father of Visual Basic, had the full attention of the entire class during his “Design Leadership” workshop. In the calm reassuring tone of a wise patriarch he said, “Design is not so much a design issue as a power struggle.” At that moment, everyone began recalling experiences where their design process required…

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Yes. But it's definitely design in all it's flavours that should be guiding the outcomes of DevOps and other collaborations.

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The Core Model: Designing Inside Out for Better Results

The Core Model: Designing Inside Out for Better Results | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
We’ve all fallen into territorial arguments about what content belongs on a site’s homepage. It’s the most important part of your website, after all—or is it? Ida Aalen shows us how to circumvent these turf wars with the Core Model approach, starting with a workshop to get everyone on the same page about what really counts as important—to your users. By identifying the core elements of your website as a team, you’ll make those smaller decisions about page design and content placement a lot faster, and without getting political about it.
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Phones Aren’t Flat: Designing for Real People in Diverse Contexts :: UXmatters

Don’t naively ask your client or product owner if designing for accessibility principles or any particular user type is in scope. Assume that they are. Sure, ask questions, do research, and find out what your key use cases are. But stop making assumptions that ideal cases are the norm and everything else is an edge case. People and their environments are different enough that all users and use cases are edge cases. Plus, they’re changing all the time.

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