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SaturdayAugust 20, 2016
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What You See is What You Use Once, a long time ago, Facebook used a three-horizontal-line icon (deemed the “hamburger”) at the top left of the mobile app to reveal the app navigation panel.
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The Anatomy of a Great UX Design Leader The job market for user experience designers is booming, and academic programs have sprung up to meet demand.
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Color Contrast for Better Readability When you create color palettes for your web design projects, are you testing the color combinations for contrast? If you’re not, you might not be considering the eventual readability of the design and thus losing potential audience.
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Things I’ve Learned About Responsive Email Design I’ve spent the last few years designing developer tools, 2 of those years having been Design Lead at Mailgun by Rackspace, the email service for developers. Here’s a brain dump of things I’ve learned about responsive email design.
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The CEO Guide to Customer Experience Companies that create exceptional customer experiences can set themselves apart from their competitors.
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How to Create Perfect Shadows in Photoshop A shadow helps any subject look grounded in its background. This tutorial makes creating the perfect shadow easy and fun!
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76% Don’t Use Synchronized Hover Effects & Unified Hit-Areas A core aspect of the product list is leading the user towards a product page – yet, our benchmark of 50 major US e-commerce sites reveal the 76% of sites have a list item design where it’s unclear to users exactly what can be clicked, and where they will then be taken if clicked.
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Unsolicited Rebranding: The New WhatsApp Since 2009 WhatsApp is the service that has connected thousands of people around the world. Billions of messages exchanged, many conversations.
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The Most Broken Part of Your User Experience is Email The UX of email sours customer relationships. I subscribe to nearly 300 email newsletters. Some I receive by signing up to get deals, offers, and updates, explicitly.
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Zooming Background Images The following is a guest post by Dylan Winn-Brown, who shows us a performant way to accomplish this design effect.
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