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Information Architect by Peter Morville

: I’ve been an information architect since 1994. This means I’ve put in my 10,000 hours several times over, and earlier this year, as I pondered my future, it invited some soul searching around the following questions.. : http://semanticstudios.com/publications/semantics/000647.php

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iPad Stencil for Omnigraffle

: This is the first version of an OmniGraffle template for folks designing iPad apps. It’s not complete; we plan to update it as we’re working on our own designs. : http://www.informationarchitects.jp/en/ipad-stencil-for-omnigraffle/

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I Love Responsive Design, But…

: Responsive Design—it’s one of the hottest new things in the web design community these days. In this article, I want to consider it is a tool, and examine some potential drawbacks as the technique relates to development time, questions of advertising and the importance of a consistent user experience. : http://blog.echoenduring.com/2011/08/06/i-love-responsive-design-but/

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Long Live the Redesign

: In a nutshell, the concept he put forward is: Great designers adjust an existing work with little disruption of the foundational design for a goal or purpose. The end result is a modification to the design that improves the user experience. Good designers, on the other hand, recreate existing work focusing on the aesthetic, […]

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A CRAP way to improve usability

: Visual design is often dismissed as eye candy. In fact, we can use four key principles of visual design to create more usable interfaces. These principles are Contrast, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity. : http://www.userfocus.co.uk/articles/A_CRAP_way_to_improve_usability.html

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How Your Website Loses 7% of Potential Conversions

: Download speed matters. A one-second delay could result in 7 percent fewer conversions, 11 percent fewer page views, or even a 16 percent decrease in customer satisfaction. Over the last 15 years, I’ve told that to clients and it’s been confirmed by third-party research. So if speed affects business results, then why would you […]

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HTML Tags That Support Both HTML 4.01 and HTML 5

: HTML 5 has taken the world by storm and to be honest, it has given some PSD to HTML coders hard time to come to term with some terminologies that appear almost alien. But it is not so. HTML 5 is certainly the markup language of the next generation. : http://xhtml.pixelcrayons.com/knowledge-base/html-tags-that-supports-both-html-4-01-and-html-5/

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