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SaturdayJuly 16, 2016
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Rethinking The Chat User Interface Designing a better interface for touchscreen chat apps.
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Redesigning Pinterest, Block By Block Over the years, the designs for our website, apps and marketing had all begun to drift, so they no longer felt like they had the same personality.
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What Makes PokémonGo So Addictive? I’m not gonna lie. I cannot stop thinking about this app. It’s not just about the deep nostalgia it evokes, the fact that it’s completely blown up or the fact that this is the first implementation of augmented reality in a game truly designed for the masses.
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Centered Logos Hurt Website Navigation Getting back to the homepage is about 6 times harder when the logo is placed in the center of a page compared to when it’s in the top left corner.
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“Luck & Opportunity” with Katie Dill, Head of UX at Airbnb Katie Dill, Head of User Experience Design at Airbnb, grew up with a creative background that was far from typical. So how did she land her dream job at a company centered around creating unique experiences for their users?
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When We Design For Disability, We All Benefit As she says: “When we design for disability first, you often stumble upon solutions that are better than those when we design for the norm.”
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5 Visual Effects Canva Uses To Thrill Users This article details five visual effects found in the Canva web application that exist to help achieve these goals of simplicity and fun.
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Beyond Onboarding: Ramping Up Your Users From Novice To Expert Onboarding is a fashionable topic at the moment. You see lots of onboarding articles and tear-downs shared these days. But onboarding is just the first date. If someone installs your app or registers on your site, you’re not guaranteed a long term relationship — far from it.
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Why a Clock Widget Is Easier for Picking Time Scheduling events and meetings are tasks that require time input on a form. But picking a time isn’t an easy task. Users have to scroll through a long list in a select menu.
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What Has The Biggest Impact On Designers’ Happiness? On average, the report found that designers around the world work about 3 hours more than the usual 40 hours per week. That goes for both self-employed and full-time designers.
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