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Video: What Comes First- UX or UI?

Which came first the chicken or the egg? Well, it depends on how you look it. This funny video compares the chicken and egg dilemma to UX and UI. From a design standpoint, UX design (the chicken) comes before the finished UI (the egg). But from the user’s perspectives, interaction with the UI determines the […]

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Creating a Responsive Design Menu

A responsive design menu is one of the most important elements you need to include to enhance user experience on a website. A good website makes it easy for users to navigate from one feature to another. Businesses have to realize that more people are accessing their sites through their mobile devices and this makes […]

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The Week’s Best Articles in UX

This week’s best in UX considers a number of interesting topics from experience rot to true beauty, you’ll find a lesson or two for everyone. 1. Onsite UX Interviews: What They Don’t Teach You in Design School Satyam Kantamneni’s article about UX interviews provides an interesting overview of what new designers must know about UX […]

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Emotion-driven Goals for UX and Business Success

In the corporate world, where I’ve spent most of my career, projects are ruled by the Business Requirement Document (BRD). These documents are meant to capture the goals and requirements that the end product must fulfill in order to be considered successful. The problem in most cases is that the BRD usually turns into little […]

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What Does the UX Community Think of the iWatch?

Check out this video where Apples Senior VP Design, Jony Ive, talks about the iWatch. Do you think this tiny screen will provide a comfortable user experience? I want to have faith in the UX Kings, but even for Apple, this one is tricky. Will the products suffer without Steve Jobs? What do you think? […]

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Killer Tips for Creating Intuitive Web Design

Creating a website with an intuitive web design is always a challenge. The way people use websites is constantly changing and evolving, which is why it’s very important for designers to be flexible enough to adapt to the changing times. One trick in achieving this is to be intuitive when brainstorming for ideas and concepts. […]

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Video: User Experience Design in the Google Era

Today’s UX professionals are adaptable and dynamic individuals who have a role to play at all stages of a project. In this video, Kelley McDonald of Navigation Arts talks about the changing nature of UX design in the Google Era. He emphasizes the importance of search engines and external links that draw traffic to your […]

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5 Web Design and Development Books You Need to Check Out

From a wide range of choices, I have narrowed down 5 web design books you need to check out. The information provided by these books can give you a competitive edge, and help you become a better designer.  Web design and development is quite challenging. There’s a good reason why well read and talented people can […]

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The Week’s Best Reads in UX

This week’s Best in UX offer a variety of different perspectives on mobile experience, software design, and even tips from the very best in professional social network leadership. 1. Search Marketers: The Time to Focus on Mobile User Experience is Now This article by Susan Waldes shares the best and the worst of user experience […]

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How to Tell the story of Digital Product Design – Interview with Josh Clark Founder of Global Moxie

Our Good friends at UX Week shared this great interview with us. In this interview, Jesse speaks with Josh Clark of Global Moxie and one of the UX Week keynote speakers, about his love of storytelling and how that fits into the current trends in digital product design, and where those trends might be heading. […]

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