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Wireframes Magazine is an on-line resource about design documentation samples for information architects, interaction designers and user experience professionals.
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User experience vs. user interface [cereal infographic].
At the beginning of this year, Google launched the Android Design Principles Web Site. This site outlines how and why the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich User Interface (UI) is built the way it is. For those of us who work as User Experience Designers, it’s a treasure trove of information and insights into the minds of Matias Duarte and his team.
Interesting design experiences and trends...
Co.DesignUser Experience Is The Heart Of Any Company. How Do You Make It Top Priority?Co.DesignUsefulness is best achieved by thinking about everything as user experience.
The practice of information architecture is undergoing a tectonic shift away from creating individual websites and towards designing cross-channel experiences that span both the digital—from desktop to mobile—and the physical—from print to storefront. While the information architect’s skillset is well-suited for this new challenge, our existing tools are not.
Whitney Hess is always entertaining AND informative!
Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, made a bold statement at the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit in Salt Lake City last week: when asked to select the greater term between two words, design or data, the CEO of Adobe selected design.
Astute observations on the inability of most UX designers to understand, sympathize OR design for Android systems... And it's pretty spot-on!
Imagine how many different websites users log into everyday. Now think about how many times in their life a user will have used a login form to type in their username and password.
Must read for anyone involved in a Startup! Excellent points of reference for creating meaningful experiences while not designing for oneself.
Look down the page for this excelent read!! Then download it!!
Gianluca BrugnoliConnecting the Dots of User Experience
The article presents a point of view about analyzing and designing the user experience within pervasive networks made of distributed services and applications, where the user is the primary actor who freely and opportunistically connects and activates the system components following an activity-driven process. A digital content case study is used to outline the main characteristics of this scenario and to introduce a tool for user experience modelling and designing. From the application of this model are proposed some considerations about how the design process could change to support this vision.
How 'Lean UX' Can Improve Application DevelopmentPCWorldBy Greg Laugero, CIO As the name implies, it emerges from the general popularity of Lean thinking, such as lean manufacturing and lean startups, characterized by a laser-like focus on finding...
UX is a simple and beautiful concept, but it can be a little difficult to explain and it’s a mixture of many things. So what exactly is it?A website works when a visitor does not notice it working – the navigation should be effortless.
This post examines mistake #3: Neglecting Experience Design. Companies focus on the basic requirements of an interaction but ignore the elements of design that can make the difference between customer anger and customer delight.
Apple's 27 Guidelines for Mobile User Experience Design. April 23, 2012 by Petter Silfver. Sorry, but I have to stop you this very instant. If you are expecting to learn something new by reading this article, I am going to let you down big time.
This is a set of shapes for creating professional wireframes in OmniGraffle.
Emotional design has become a powerful tool in creating exceptional user experiences for websites. However, emotions did not use to play such an important role on the Web.
From Industrial Design to User Experience... A great comparison of discipline similarities!!!
In this article, Alexei Zheglov reflects on his startup experience and David Anderson’s Kanban method in light of Eric Ries’ lean startup movement. Lean startup’s “build-measure-learn” is a kanban system optimized for response time.
Many websites try to win over a users heart through self-promotional welcome messages that often contain very little useful information. It’s no surprise that many (nay, everyone) will ignore this copy, but did you realize that useless fluff can actually prevent users from the actual important stuff?
Interesting insight behind some of the greatest user experiences ever designed. For example: the shift towards natural metaphors in interfaces over traditional GUI...
Signing up for a website is a big commitment for most people. Users that sign up for your website are giving their personal information and trust to you. If you misuse their personal information or violate their trust, you can upset your users.
"UX design is systems design from a place of empathy." Great quote from a short and succint post by Aaron Weyenberg
Navigation menus are the key to finding what we are looking for on a website. Without a navigation menu that meets our expectations, a website will most likely not be effective. A website that is not effective will most likely not be successful. There are many different kind of websites that range from simple to extremely complex. In any case, the a good design should focus on the users and their goals: Finding certain information as quickly as possible.