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Even if localising your app is quite far down on your product road map, many of the design decisions you make in the early stages will have a real impact on how
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Translating your app is a great way of reaching more users and increasing revenue. But in order to create beautiful language versions of your app, you need more
What books should every content strategist read? | The Language of Content Strategy, Managing Enterprise Content: A Unified Content Strategy, Content Strategy: Connecting the Dots Between Business, Brand, and Benefits, Content Strategy 101, Every Page is Page One, Content Strategy for the Web, Content Strategy at Work, Clout The Art and Science of Influential Web Content | Content Science, The Elements of Content Strategy, and Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software
Choosing the right UX metrics for your product can be a tough challenge. The HEART framework by Google can help you proceed with confidence.
Virgin America's new website manages to turn booking a flight into a joyous process.
Nick Gould is CEO of usability and user experience design firm, Catalyst Group. He is @nickgould on Twitter. The popularity of the “#fail” meme on Twitter is proof positive that...
I'm writing some documentation for a web-based application that will run on Android tablets at the factory at which I am employed. I am having trouble wording the steps where the users must interact
Cards provide a clean, responsive, and shareable card for any content on the web.
Use them to make your posts easier to share and repost across the web. You can also include rich content from other sites in your own posts with Cards.
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A screenshot from an unspecified build of Windows 8.1 has revealed some minor changes, including a renaming of 'Computer' to 'This PC', and a removal of the Libraries feature in favor of folders
My sister, who creates content for a corporate website, wrote recently to ask me about “login.” Should it be one word or two, she wanted
An overview of some must-have tools for localization testing. Test case management, bug tracking, screenshots and more.
I was recently working on a case where I needed to download and PDF a Twitter stream to preserve the information in case the information was deleted or changed at a later date. The simple solution was to create a […]
Been tweeting like mad during a conference or symposium and want to capture your tweets for future reference? Follow the instructions in Brian Willingham's comprehensive post.
You do need a full Adobe license, if you don't have that, ask a friend who does to save your Twitter stream for you.
Catering for international customers can significantly increase the number of variables a designer needs to consider when creating a user-friendly interface. Words and sentences can dramatically change in length and content may not be applicable in certain locales.
Ci sono voluti anni per convincere le aziende che un sito destinato ad un target internazionale debba essere localizzato a seconda del Paese a cui ci si rivolge. Il sito "multilingue" è diventato fin
If you're interested in learning to code, for fun or financial gain, this interactive chart from IEEE Spectrum can help you pick the first (or next) language to learn.
"A functional view on big data"
Content is King: we've heard this sentence so much that for a lot of us it can become a factor of stress and frustration. Are you suffering content FOMO?
Relax: content curation is here to the rescue. And here's how to make it practical and easy through hands-on best practices and tips as well as free or freemium tools to stop worrying about not doing enough with content.
When it comes to capturing user attention and telling engaging stories, publishers have to decide where, when, and how to reach mobile readers: Web, wearables, apps, texts, some other emerging avenue for content discovery? In-depth coverage or a quick synopsis? Morning, weeknight, weekend?
Publishers walk a fine line with needing to adopt a device-agnostic strategy but staying aware that device fragmentation will reveal idiosyncrasies in content consumption based on context.Read more: http://www.inma.org/blogs/mobile-tablets/post.cfm/mobile-web-apps-bundled-content-unbundled-ask-the-15-year-olds#ixzz33kgfpKnr
Margot Bloomstein, principal of brand and content strategy consultancy Appropriate, Inc., explains using a message architecture to build a content strategy.
A message architecture is a hierarchy of communication goals that reflects a common vocabulary. It might be a concise outline of five attributes, each with sub-bullets that clarify meaning and add color. Those attributes and terms reflect a broader discussion to establish concrete, shared terminology — not just abstract concepts that fall apart outside the hallowed halls of marketing.
The "hamburger menu" is everywhere on media sites these days but not always for the right reasons.
Operating for close to five years already, Cometdocs is a free online document management service that is very a very popular option for users interested in
Blogging is critical to inbound marketing success. Blog posts not only allow you to demonstrate thought leadership, but they allow you to educate your prospe...