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How to Ruin Good User Experience in 20 Simple Steps

How to Ruin Good User Experience in 20 Simple Steps | MinneapolisUserExperience | Scoop.it
Design weblog for designers, bloggers and tech users. Covering useful tools, tutorials, tips and inspirational photos.
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Form Field Usability: Avoid Multi-Column Layouts - Baymard Institute

Form Field Usability: Avoid Multi-Column Layouts - Baymard Institute | MinneapolisUserExperience | Scoop.it
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The Cooper Journal: Passive magic, design of delightful experience

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Top Navigation vs Left Navigation: Which Works Better? - UX Movement

Top Navigation vs Left Navigation: Which Works Better? - UX Movement | MinneapolisUserExperience | Scoop.it
Which is better for users, a top or left navigation? Web designers have been debating this issue for a long time. Many have drawn their own conclusions. Many have mixed feelings. However, the truth is that there is no absolute answer.
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