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101 UX Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for Fixing Any User Experience

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You asked for it, now you've got it. Go through this list of UX Hacks with any website or software and by the end you'll have a pretty fantastic, elegant and intuitive application.

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The User is Drunk

Will Dayble talks about designing for users
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This is good stuff

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Ameet Mehta's comment, October 3, 2013 5:35 PM
Pretty funny but so true
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Visual Balance and Weight Allocation for Usability

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Visual Balance and Weight Allocation for Usability #UX http://t.co/zKDaTl1jGS #ecommerce
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color can fix the weight of things and highlight importance

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The 10 best fonts

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From beautiful DIN 1451 to robust Rockwell, our pick of the world's greatest typefaces

Via Chris Lott
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Great type #type

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Chris Lott's curator insight, October 3, 2013 2:13 PM

Very traditional, but it's hard to argue with their picks. This list strikes me more as a lost of most recognizable/influential than most beautiful....though Sabon is a beautiful face by any definition.

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The Methods UX Professionals Use: Measuring Usability

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There are many tools in the UX professional's toolkit.

It's always interesting to know the popular and neglected methods.

The recent UPA biennial survey asked members which UX methods they use in addition to their salaries and I've summarized some results here.


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Terry Patterson's curator insight, April 28, 2013 4:27 PM

When I hear that focus groups are the only way some designs are "tested" by, my heart sinks with dissapointment. Test your designs people! and do it with finese and know-how. Know when to use certain methods and avoid others, know when to take advantage of certain methods and when to toss out others. 

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Customers remember experiences, not content - The Guardian (blog)

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The Guardian (blog)
Customers remember experiences, not content
The Guardian (blog)
Digital content needs to be supported by great user experience (UX), solid digital strategy, attentive channel management and smart technology.

Via Michael Allenberg, yannick grenzinger
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True that

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Fred Zimny's curator insight, March 14, 2013 2:13 PM

True. Even for the press

Alex McCardell's curator insight, April 7, 2013 7:32 AM

In other words, it's the whole of its parts that count for any content strategy model.