Innovative design doesn’t happen overnight; if it does, no one is likely to adopt it. Above the Fold’s Jim O’Neill writes now about finding the middle ground between the comfortable and revolutionary.
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Pairing UX designers with potential clients is a situation wrought with strife, but it doesn’t have to be. In this article, Andrew asks how we can better sell ourselves as UX designers.
As designers move into the realm of tablets, gesture-based controls lack consistency across platforms. Thomas Davies discusses his recent gesture study, and argues that standards are in order. Part two of two.
As designers move into the realm of tablets, gesture-based controls lack consistency across platforms. Thomas Davies discusses his recent gesture study, and argues that standards are in order. Part one of two.
When used effectively, minimalism can really drive home a site’s design. Writer Tara Hornor walks us through a few good (and not-so-good) minimalistic websites.
Wireframes and Prototypes are a powerful communication devices. These tools will help your clients and team mates provide you with useful feedback on your wireframes, prototypes, and designs.
Follow along with UX Booth correspondent Sean Duhame as he shares insights and lessons learned from the workshops of UX London 2011.
One of the biggest UX events of the year recently came and passed. Were you there? In case you weren’t, we’ve compiled a two-part writeup sharing all that we learned. Here’s our summary of this year’s UX London event.
In part one of this series, we examined some of the more problematic personality traits user researchers are likely to encounter in their work. Now that we’ve seen how individual personalities can put a damper on your day; let’s explore some ways to overcome the problems inherent to each.
In this series — covering the absolute basics of user personality types — we’ll begin by introducing some of the more problematic personalities. In part two, we’ll look at a number of strategies to help turn the tables in our favor.