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Finding the right color palettes for data visualizations - InVision Blog

Finding the right color palettes for data visualizations - InVision Blog | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
While there are an increasing number of good color palettes out there, not all of them are applicable to charts and data visualizations.
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Flat Design: Its Origins, Its Problems, and Why Flat 2.0 Is Better for Users

Flat Design: Its Origins, Its Problems, and Why Flat 2.0 Is Better for Users | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Flat design is a web-design style that became popular around 2012. It is still widely used today, and its misuse can cause serious usability problems.
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Material Design is Different, Not Better — Android & Tech News

Material Design is Different, Not Better - Android & Tech News - Medium
When Material Design was announced, I was impressed with Google’s efforts to raise their game in the design field. It’s …
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Design Sprint   |   Google Developers

Design Sprint   |   Google Developers | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Mathias Wendlinger's insight:
Product Design Sprint Playbook for designers
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Why empty states deserve more design time

Why empty states deserve more design time | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
An empty state, or zero-data state, is an afterthought for many designers. The thing you design last—if at all—because it’s a temporary or minor part of the user experience.
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Google's Guide To Designing With Empathy

Google's Guide To Designing With Empathy | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Designers can reach over 1 billion people just by keeping accessibility in mind, says Google's Astrid Weber and Jen Devins.
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Understanding Web UI Visual Hierarchy

Understanding Web UI Visual Hierarchy | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
More than being creative, a good artist must also consider subtleties like composition, colors, size, what to include, and — perhaps more importantly —...
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Amazing Mobile App UI Designs with Ultimate UX | Inspiration | Graphic Design Junction

Amazing Mobile App UI Designs with Ultimate UX | Inspiration | Graphic Design Junction | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Beautiful, modern Mobile app UI design is right here. In this roundup we're sharing 55 amazing mobile app UI designs with ultimate User experience. This s
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Killing Off the Global Navigation: One Trend to Avoid | Nielsen Norman Group

Killing Off the Global Navigation: One Trend to Avoid | Nielsen Norman Group | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
For desktop sites, demoting your main content categories into a drop-down menu makes it harder for users to discover your offerings.
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How to Run a Usability Test with Users Who Are on Your Site Right Now

Traditionally, for a usability study, representative users are recruited and scheduled in advance. Recruiting representative users is difficult and expensive for a B2B site with a narrowly targeted audience. Also, since I was specifically interested in the content on the website, I wanted to ensure engagement. To do this, I opted for recruiting people who were using our website and running a test with them right then and there, during their visit to the site–that is, run a live-intercept study. This ensured that they were: 1) interested in the information on our website, and 2) actual users of our website.


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Project Faces - Adobe MAX 2015 - Sneak Peeks - YouTube

Can't find the perfect font for your project? Then just create it! "Project Faces" is a whole new way to think about tweaking, adapting, and creating fonts t...
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Exploring Dynamic Layout in Sketch

Exploring Dynamic Layout in Sketch - Facebook Design - Medium
If you design interfaces, you probably often work with repeating elements, like rows in a table or a grid of items. While Sketch provides…
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The ultimate guide to designing landing pages that convert

The ultimate guide to designing landing pages that convert | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Landing pages are pages that are designed specifically to accomplish conversion goals. Occasionally, a home page functions as a landing page (though some would
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Don't Force Users to Register Before They Can Buy

Don't Force Users to Register Before They Can Buy | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Guest checkout with optional registration on e-commerce sites simplifies the purchase process and invites users to register when they feel comfortable, rather than forcing unwanted registration.
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Fitting After Effects Into A UX Workflow

Fitting After Effects Into A UX Workflow | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Matt Reamer shows how to fit After Effects into a UX workflow, and shares details, experience and links that can be used as influence and thought starters.
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The color of empathy is not flat: Insights to Color Blindness & Design.   | Cooper Journal

The color of empathy is not flat: Insights to Color Blindness & Design.   | Cooper Journal | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
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Low-Contrast Text Is Not the Answer

Low-Contrast Text Is Not the Answer | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Low-contrast text may be trendy, but it is also illegible, undiscoverable, and inaccessible. Instead, consider more usable alternatives.
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User Analysis Before Diving Into Design (Part 1) - UXPin

User Analysis Before Diving Into Design (Part 1) - UXPin | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Learn how to create personas, user stories, and experience maps to make sure your product stays focused on the user.
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SEO For Web Designers – What You Need To Know

SEO For Web Designers – What You Need To Know | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
The Internet has become incredibly important in the modern world and SEO helps web pages in a number of different ways. Developing good SEO on a website is one of the most important things to do in order to get success. But what exactly is SEO and how can it be used effectively?
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Essential Analytics Reports for UX Strategists

Essential Analytics Reports for UX Strategists | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
A cheat sheet featuring 5 Google Analytics reports that can help answer popular user experience design questions when configured properly.
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Context-Specific Design in the Cross-Channel User Experience

Context-Specific Design in the Cross-Channel User Experience | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Emphasize and leverage each channel’s unique strengths to create usable and helpful context-specific experiences.
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The Reciprocity Principle: Give Before You Take in Web Design

The Reciprocity Principle: Give Before You Take in Web Design | UX Manifesto | Scoop.it
Humans tend to return good deeds: use this social psychology law in user interface design to gain users’ trust and motivate engagement with your site or app.
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