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Managing Wireframes More Effectively in OmniGraffle

: I’ve been using OmniGraffle as my primary tool for wireframing (and most everything else) for about 3 years. In that time I feel like I’ve gotten pretty good at using it efficiently, but I do try to keep an eye out for new tips and tricks. Recently, I’ve been following along as the documentation […]

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The UXD Stack: How We Look At Projects

: Many people in our profession use different kinds of “briefs” when they get started on a project. A brief is a short paper defining the background and preliminary understanding for a project. Some of these documents are called “Strategic Briefs” or “Creative Briefs”. We work on a wide variety of projects. Most of our […]

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5 live sketching tips every designer should know

: This is the first in a series of tips, tricks and recipes for designers, artists and other visual thinkers working in meetings and other sessions where large amounts of complex information need to be collected and visualized. It’s a peek into how XPLANE approaches discovery and uses visual thinking to communicate key ideas. : […]

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Wireframes and Concept: Planning a Website

: When planning a website the first important steps involve just a pen and a paper. It’s crucial to understand what we are creating and its nature. To list the purpose, the expected content and draw its structure will be our first concern. : http://eng.designerbreak.com/2009/tutorial/wireframes-and-concept-planning-a-website/

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(Almost) never add a reset button to a form

: There was a time when many, many, forms on the web had a reset button. Thankfully, reset buttons are not quite as common these days, but there are enough of them out there to cause users lots of frustration. I can’t remember one single time in my years of building web sites that I […]

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Web Design Trends: Call To Action Buttons

: Posted on 15th Dec 08 in Trends & Inspiration, Web Design | 52 comments Call to action buttons are the buttons that you, as a web designer, want all your users to click on when they land on your page. Usually they’ll be a link to a download, signup or sale. Seth Godin (The […]

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Optimal Sort

: OptimalSort helps you gain new perspectives so that it becomes easier to find and use information on your website. We do this with card sorting. OptimalSort is card sorting made easier. With an elegant user interface, powerful analysis and outstanding support we can help you run successful card sorts better than you ever thought […]

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35 Excellent Wireframing Resources

: Wireframing is one of the most valuable parts of any web design project. It can save a designer tons of time by hashing out the details of a site’s architecture, functionality, and content prior to actually starting a visual design. But if done inefficiently, it can end up costing more time and can even […]

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