Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Low-fidelity vs. high-fidelity prototyping

Design fidelity refers to the level of detail and functionality included in a prototype. Fidelity can vary in interactivity, visuals, content and commands, and other areas. When you’re...

What Amazon would’ve looked like in the 1980s

I love Amazon’s convenience, but hate its interface. The overload of options and links everywhere, the tiny buttons, the product pages that go on forever, the dumb search–why does it...

Why the best interface is just enough of an interface

6 minutes read Like an awful lot of people, I got an Amazon Echo for Christmas (shown above). If you’re not familiar with Amazon...

How great companies onboard users in 2018

Are you up to improve your sales conversions? Decrease user retention? Cut bounce rates? A skillfully crafted product tour can contribute to any of these goals. But...

The UX Blog: User Experience Design, Research & Strategy: Designing a Conference Experience

The UX Blog Podcast Episode 6 Designing a Conference Experience Donna Spencer, Conference Organizer of UX Australia, has worked with a wide range of client types, including government, telecommunications, insurance,...

Quantitative User-Research Methodologies: An Overview

Many UX professionals gravitate towards qualitative (qual) methodologies, which are widely perceived as being easier and cheaper than quantitative (quant) research. They shy away from the intimidating prospect of larger sample...

Why You Should Never Center or Right Align Your Logo

Many designers assume that center or right aligning their website logo will make their brand more memorable. Research has shown this assumption is not true at all. In fact, straying from...

iOS 12 FaceTime Touch Concept

The easiest way to give instructions, make decisions, and share opinions:Zero UIThanks to 3D Touch, there’s no extra buttons to distract you from what’s important. Press the screen to draw,...

Quarantining Complexity with Strategic UX Design and Development

“Simple can be harder than complex.” – Steve JobsThe best products are simple to use and makes our lives better. What we often don’t realize is how much strategic thinking,...

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