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The Future of Web Design

: The capabilities of latest and smart browsers coupled with the introduction of more robust and user-friendly technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3 with JS frameworks etc are definitely affecting the design and usability in a very positive manner. But, these are not the only factors determining the future of ‘web design’ – rather, it […]

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Formatting Links for Usability

: Links are how people navigate your site. Which is why it’s crucial that you follow 3 basic link usability guidelines: 1) underlining links, 2) coloring links, and 3) keeping link styling consistent throughout your site. : http://baymard.com/blog/formatting-links-for-usability

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Invest in user experience or fall behind

: With the economy bouncing back, every company is endeavoring to retain customers, invite new ones on board and grow wallet share in the process. It’s a race between firms, and those who ignore paying attention to the experience they provide to customers stand the risk of falling way behind once companies move to next […]

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A huge list of Style Guides and UI Guidelines

: If you are a graphic designer or an interaction designer and have ever been tasked with creating a style guide or UI guidelines document, this list should help you out as a consolidated list of references. This list is going to be constantly updated. : http://www.theuxbookmark.com/2010/08/interaction-design/a-monster-list-of-ui-guidelines-style-guides/

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Adventures in remote usability, Part 1: Why remote?

: I’m assuming that you’re already sold on the basic premise of why one ought to observe members of one’s target market using one’s software. Personally I drank the user-centered design Kool-Aid at CMU in the late 90s. The biggest problems I’ve dealt with in my career aren’t about “You should watch users and fix […]

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When You Startup with UX

: As a consultant living and working in NYC, I come into contact with a lot of entrepreneurs and the startups they’re trying to get off the ground. They have limited budgets, limited resources, and boundless aspirations. And not one of them has a full-time user experience designer. : http://uxmag.com/strategy/when-you-startup-with-ux

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