While being creative is often a first-instinct move for web designers, conventions should always be considered to provide users experiences that don’t force them to think about choices they make.
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The websites are talking to us. Many popular websites are adding a human interaction aspect which is increasing the usability of the web. Learn what this is all about and share your own examples!
If you’re not making use of some of the tools on this list, you ought to be asking yourself, “Why not?”.
These tools and extensions will speed up your workflow, and help improve your users experience all at once.
Today, I’d like to share some visual design changes made on another blog that vastly improved usability. While a solution on one site may not work perfectly for another, there are certainly things to be learned from others success!
In this post, Andrew discusses various ways to interpret and present links and buttons to the user. Emphasis is placed on fitting user’s mental models and providing the user with familiar UI-patterns, including extras on demand (progressive disclosure).
The user account is the cornerstone of every web application. The author details his experience creating and refining user accounts. Following best practices and common sense, the author yields a set of guidelines to use when designing your own user-account section.
Usability is not restricted to the web by any means. Check out these defining characteristics that make an everyday item like a teapot more usable.
The web is constantly evolving, growing out of old ideas into new ones. Could it be possible to bring value and life back to previously successful concepts with better user experience in mind?