New interaction design patterns continue to arise to support new technologies, but the fundamentals remain timeless. In this piece, we’ll quickly explore how interaction design has evolved in recent years, and where it may be headed in the near future.
As a designer, you’re likely familiar with best practices for designing forms since much has been written and discussed about this topic. In this article, Colleen Roller elaborates on how the design of a form affects the user’s decision-making.
In the past year I’ve reviewed over a hundred portfolios, mostly for “Visual Design” and “Interaction Design” positions on my team. After reviewing so many portfolios, you begin to see patterns. You start to recognize the gaps that are...
It may seem a bit corny to think of user experience design in terms of going to your local grocery store, but the experiences are similar. Our customers are visitors to the sites we create, and the groceries are the content in which they came to the site for.
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