Tag Archives: UX Design

Don’t Make Me Think – Key Learning Points for UX Design for the Web

Don’t Make Me Think is the title of a book by the HCI and Usability engineer Steve Krug. It teaches UX designers how to deliver great user experiences in a very simple and accessible way. Since its release in the year 2000 it has … Continue reading

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How To Use Underlined Text To Improve User Experience

(This article is supported by Adobe.) An underline is a horizontal line immediately below a portion of text. In our everyday experience, we underline to emphasize key sections of text, sometimes drawing an underline by hand below printed text. But … Continue reading

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Color Matters. 6 Tips on Choosing UI Colors.

User experience design involves many processes which need to be done thoughtfully so that an interface would meet the needs of the target audience. Each step requires deep attention to details, even if it doesn’t seem too complicated. One of … Continue reading

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How to Improve the UX of Your e-Commerce Website Visitors

One of the main parts of a high-level website is undoubtedly a great user experience. This will, ultimately, tell if you have an increase in your exit rate or an increase in your conversion rate. You will find that a lot of … Continue reading

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10 Rules for Perfect Type Design, Every Time

Do you ever notice that some projects just seem to glow with great type? Some designers have a certain knack for designing perfect typography for every project. You can do it too. With a handful of simple rules, you can … Continue reading

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6 methods to improve Sketching skills in User Experience

You might know all the technical stuff, you might have all the Illustrator, Photoshop or Sketch experience to speak at length about your designing skills. But, I-hope-this-makes-you-happy, the real and deep understanding of the visual and psychological principles of design is … Continue reading

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Why UX Designers Need UI Skills

As a UX designer, you know that user experience is everything. Most users are not conscious of the behind-the-scenes framework that the UX designer has established for their users. In fact, if they do not notice it, you have done … Continue reading

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How to Have Better UX Before UI Begins

When you hear “user experience” (UX), you might immediately think of website design. While you are not wrong to associate the two concepts, this illustrates a major pitfall to which some websites designers are prone – confusing UX with UI (user … Continue reading

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What Goes Into The Cost Of UX Design

Not unlike design itself, the cost of a user experience designer can be a bit of an abstract concept. The business tangibles of UX work – timelines, milestones and costs are usually based on estimates. Thus, forming educated guesses often … Continue reading

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Why, How, And When To Use Walkthroughs To Enhance UX

Have you ever played Go? The board is plain and straightforward, the objective of the game is self-explanatory and the rules of the game are very few and pretty logic. Nonetheless, the game is infinitely more complex than other strategy games like … Continue reading

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