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  • UX
    What Everybody Ought to Know About App Design for Windows 8 Windows preview
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    Windows 8 apps are an exciting User Interface challenge for designers and developers alike. The out of the box framework is constantly evolving and rationale behind each aspect of the User Experience is thought provoking. The potential keeps emerging in leaps and bounds in what is still a developing app ecosystem. You may not have had the opportunity to work in this space yet; I’ve outlined some User Interface insights to get you started!Read More…
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    Stop Putting User Personas in Your Desk DrawerMailchimp
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    Personas are something we have lifted from the advertising industry. Unfortunately too often they don’t fit the web design process. Now is the time to change that.Read More…
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    Ship Better Experiences with a Lightning-Fast UX WorkflowSmall cover
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    Efficiency is a nerdy fetish of mine. As User Experience Designer on Envato Market, I’ll look into anything that even hints at speeding up the process of getting feedback on a design idea. A shorter feedback cycle means shipping higher quality features faster to the benefit of our community.Read More…
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    Designing for Trust: Building Confidence in Your WebsiteTrust
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    Improving the trustworthiness of a website can help improve its conversion rate, whether we’re talking about buying a product, downloading an ebook or subscribing to a newsletter. Security, privacy, aesthetics and other factors all play a big role. Let’s see how we can use these elements to improve trust.Read More…
  • Photography
    The Web Designers’ Guide to Photo SelectionFoto
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    Photographic images grab our attention and trigger an almost instantaneous response when we encounter them. They are therefore an important part of any website we create. How do we choose the right ones? Read More…
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    Using Guidelines to Mind Your ToneTov
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    In this article I’m going to discuss why you need tone of voice guidelines, what to include, how to ensure they are used and refer to plenty of examples of existing guidelines from some well known organisations. This article assumes that you have already identified what tone of voice is most appropriate for your organisation.Read More…
  • Case Study
    How They Did It: Virgin America’s New StorefrontVirgin thumb
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    Today, we're going to talk about how Virgin America changed the average booking experience and made it more approachable and delightful.Read More…
  • jQuery
    How to Build a Page Scroll Progress Indicator With jQuery and SVGIndicator thumb
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    Today we will be looking at a few techniques for displaying scroll progress for users who are reading a page. We will cover two specific techniques you can employ to show scroll progress, and leave you with a toolset to create your own. Let's get started!Read More…
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    Impress Your Visitors With a Web 2.0 Hit CounterCounter thumb
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    If there's one way to show off how successful your site is, it's by letting your visitors know how many others have been there before them. Let's furnish a web page with a hit counter!Read More…
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    10 Tips for Building Wireframes With IllustratorPreview wireframe
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    Adobe Illustrator is experiencing a come-back in the world of web design. Not only is SVG becoming commonly used online, but more and more designers are using vectors for wireframing. The following tips will help you make the most of Illustrator as a wireframing tool.Read More…
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    Walk Users Through Your Website With Bootstrap TourTour retina
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    When you have a web application which requires some getting used to from your users, a walkthrough of the interface is in order. Creating a walkthrough directly on top of the interface makes things very clear, so that's what we're going to build, using Bootstrap Tour.Read More…
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    Implementing the Float Label Form PatternForm float input retina
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    Using Matt Smith’s mobile form interaction design as a guide, we will create a stunning form interaction for the web that’s both beautiful and accessible using HTML, CSS and JavaScript.Read More…