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.
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Forms designed to be used on desktops don’t always translate well onto smaller, handheld devices. This article offers strategies that you can apply to design a more efficient and less error prone mobile form as compared to your Web form.
While it might be an uncomfortable topic, uncovering the lies behind a product or interface can be one of the most effective ways to turn ailing projects around.
For many, it may be easy to point a finger at meetings in the workplace as being a waste of time. Are meetings really the problem, or are there other underlying issues that need to be fixed?
Documentation helps designers tell a story and facilitate change. Pamela Rodriguez investigates how holistic, project-wide documentation helps teams avoid repeating mistakes, organize their ideas, and improve their process.
UX enthusiast and new UX Booth contributor Paul Olyslager takes a look at Wordpress plugins and shares those he finds more useful to improving blog performance.
In part two of this series on wireframes, Neal McGann gives readers his top ten techniques to aide in effective wireframing.
Wireframes are an indispensable part of the website creation process. They provide a quick and easy means of communicating aspects of the site, ranging from information architecture to page layout, and they allow everyone involved to consider and, hopefully, agree upon all the fundamental aspects of the design.
While UX Designers tend to focus on usability before value, entrepreneurs focus on selling a product. In this post, Sani El-Fishawy asks Designers to marry the two by heeding the call of the lean startup movement.
In this look at simplicity in User Experience Design, author Trent Martens gives us a rundown of the caveats of overwhelming users with unnecessary choices.