• 7 Mobile UX Mistakes You’re Probably Making Right Now

    by  • 27/05/2015 • 0 Comments

    Making changes on mobile UX can be a tricky process, especially if you come from a web background. In mobile, developers have more constraints, including screen real estate, attention times, and UI control limitations. Improving the mobile experience is always a learning process full of trial and error, so this list will get you...

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    The 22 Rules of UX

    by  • 26/05/2015 • 0 Comments

    Stories create experiences — great stories make for great experiences. Put heart into your stories and consider your audience. In the field of UX it’s similar but different. We’re trying to understand our users’ stories; we then craft a new one for them that (ideally) makes them happier and makes their lives easier. Successful UX is...

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    72 Posters Of Ridiculous Design Feedback from Clients

    by  • 21/04/2015 • 0 Comments

    Some people just don’t know what design is, while others have such vague descriptions that you start wondering if they are high or just clueless. Have a look at this incredibly interesting design feedback poster series, and tell me you didn’t get a good laugh after checking them out. Design feedback like this is...

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    20 Design Rules You Should Never Break

    by  • 15/04/2015 • 2 Comments

    Just like with any profession or discipline, design comes with some rules. While breaking design rules is allowed and even (in some circumstances) encouraged, it’s important to at least be aware of the rules you are breaking so you can break them the right way. From typography to layout, right through to colour and...

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    The Psychologist’s View of UX Design

    by  • 02/02/2015 • 0 Comments

    You may have heard this story about an elephant: A king brings six men into a dark building. They cannot see anything. The king says to them, “I have bought this animal from the wild lands to the East. It is called an elephant.” “What is an elephant?” the men ask. The king says,...

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    Adapting UI to iOS 7: The Side Menu

    by  • 29/01/2015 • 0 Comments


    One of the most common implementations of menu views has been the “side drawer,” “basement,” or “side menu” made popular in apps such as Facebook and Path. When a user taps the “Hamburger”icon to open a side menu, the main screen slides to the right (or left in some implementations) to reveal another screen...

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    What is OmniChannel?

    by  • 22/01/2015 • 0 Comments

    Defining omnichannel and the value of the omniscient customer experience. In marketing and technology you often know that something is still new when you can’t find one unanimous way to spell it. Ecommerce, eCommerce, e-commerce – remember those days? We now find Omni-channel, omnichannel and omni channel across the web, each attached to prestigious...

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