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Strengths and Weaknesses of Quantitative and Qualitative Research :: UXmatters

Strengths and Weaknesses of Quantitative and Qualitative Research :: UXmatters | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

“When setting out to perform user research, … it is important to understand the different applications of these two approaches to research. ”

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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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Tom Van Looy's curator insight, January 23, 12:57 PM

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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The Good, The Bad And The Great Examples Of Web Typography - Smashing Magazine

The Good, The Bad And The Great Examples Of Web Typography - Smashing Magazine | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

Choosing typefaces is an integral part of every web design project. With thousands of typefaces available from hosting services such as Typekit, as well an ever-improving collection of free fonts available, there has never been a better time to be a typography-obsessed web designer.

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Design Principles: Visual Weight And Direction - Smashing Magazine

Design Principles: Visual Weight And Direction - Smashing Magazine | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
This is the fourth post in a series on design principles. One of the ideas behind this series is to point out how much gestalt principles contribute to design principles.
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Vision Statement: How to Lie with Charts

Data can be easily manipulated to tell a desired story, manufacture good results, or exaggerate a trend. Don’t get fooled by these infographics tricks.
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The Birth of the Shoelace Bootstrap Grid Builder | Experience Design at Hello Erik

The Birth of the Shoelace Bootstrap Grid Builder | Experience Design at Hello Erik | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
A while ago, I got this idea to create a Bootstrap grid builder called Shoelace (open it up and follow along!) that is super simple, easy to use, and didn't try
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Product Page Usability: Recommend Both Alternative & Supplementary Products (Only 42% Get it Right) - Articles - Baymard Institute

Product Page Usability: Recommend Both Alternative & Supplementary Products (Only 42% Get it Right) - Articles - Baymard Institute | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

At the end of the day, implementing suggestions for alternative and supplementary products is a way to increase the user’s product catalog awareness as well as enable lateral site navigation and cross-scope jumping. This lowers the risk of users getting trapped in a category that’s potentially too narrow for their product needs.

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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

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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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Examples

Examples | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it
A collaborative collection of resources for creating Front-End Style Guides and Pattern Libraries
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7 Habits of Highly Effective Media Queries | Brad Frost

7 Habits of Highly Effective Media Queries | Brad Frost | UX Design : user experience and design thinking | Scoop.it

Every time you see 320px, 480px, 768px, 1024px used as breakpoint values, a kitten gets its head bitten off by an angel…or something like that.

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Sketching Your Way to a Mobile UX Design

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Design Thinking Demystified: an Interview with Clark Kellogg

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Clark Kellogg, a “recovering architect” turned design thinker, helped unravel the many mysteries of design thinking and its implementation in this interview.

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Maddie Grant's curator insight, December 6, 2014 11:31 AM

We should all be "design thinking".

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The Longest Lasting Emotions In Customer Experience - Forbes

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The Longest Lasting Emotions In Customer Experience. Recent research published in the journal: Motivation and Emotion shows which emotions last the longest and why. We explore what this means for customer service and customer experience leaders.

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Laura Gruici's curator insight, December 1, 2014 2:36 PM

What someone ruminates over holds the emotion longer.  Sadness is the longest held emotion, however joy is pretty close.  What do we do to follow-up to keep the participant thinking in the right direction?

Paula King, Ph.D.'s curator insight, December 2, 2014 10:34 AM

Cool research.  My experience with customer experience confirms this study.  

Florence Rigneau's curator insight, December 11, 2014 8:02 AM

Pour établir votre proposition de valeur, viser à solutionner les "pains" de vos clients en priorité car les émotions de tristesse, haine, anxiété, déception et désespoir persistent plus longtemps que la plupart des autres émotions.