Random UX design thoughts from around the web
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Random UX design thoughts from around the web
I use so many tools to gather articles of interest that I thought I would attempt to curate a list of random UX design thought from people who are way brighter than me.
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The Perfect Paragraph | Smashing UX Design

The Perfect Paragraph | Smashing UX Design | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
Paragraphs are everywhere. In fact, at the high risk of stating the obvious, you are reading one now. Despite their ubiquity, we frequently neglect their presentation. This is a mistake.
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Its the little things that make a page a pleasure to read.

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How Shareable Is Your Content?

How Shareable Is Your Content? | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
How shareable is your content? This is a checklist for making your Web content as easy as possible to share.
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The Modular Canvas: A Pragmatic Workflow for Designing Applications

The Modular Canvas: A Pragmatic Workflow for Designing Applications | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
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We have been introducing this idea with our clients.  We use Illustartor, as described in this article, with great effect.  Well worth giving it a go if you are still struggling with Photoshop

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Progressive Reduction

Progressive Reduction | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
I’m very excited to talk about a technique that we’ve started using at LayerVault. We call it Progressive Reduction.
Culture of Reduction The principles mentioned in our Flat Design Era post are the...
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A great article tackling a hard problem; how to design for the beginner, the average user and the expert. 

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Steep

Steep | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
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Great user centric design come in many forms and this is brilliant.  Every time I order a cup of tea whilst on the train I am left with the quandry of where do I put the wet teabag.  This would solve that problem in a stroke.

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Tactile Design Kit, by Megan Erin Miller

Tactile Design Kit, by Megan Erin Miller | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
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I am so excited about this tactile design kit that I have downloaded it and have adapted it for my upcoming stakeholder workshop.  I will feedback on how it worked out

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Redesigning the Credit Card Input - Ken Keiter

Redesigning the Credit Card Input - Ken Keiter | Random UX design thoughts from around the web | Scoop.it
Skip the article; try out Skeuocard.I remember the first time I went through the checkout process online. I can't rem...
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I was discussing this topic with our TD this week and we deciding how to add delight to the buying process.  What little enhancements could we add to reward the user for giving us their money.  Ken seems to be way ahead of us!

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Enterprise Information Architecture: Because users don't care abou...

Lou Rosenfeld's day-long seminar on enterprise information architecture.
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