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The Mobile UI Designer Role Overview

The role of a Mobile UI Designer can be very promising, especially with technology advancing as fast as it is nowadays. What is great about this position is that it allows you excellent movement in your career, whether you want to extend what you know or move up the hierarchy chain. For those who are […]

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This Week’s Best in UX

This Week’s Best in UX feature a number of articles, which focus on creating meaningful user experiences. From figuring out a way to reach out to older voters to designing specifically for user needs, you’ll find something for everyone in these articles. 1.No Bottom Line?  No Experience: Finding the Balance Between User Needs and Business […]

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3 Steps to Building a User Experience Your Customers will Trust

When it comes to UX, trust is everything. Even the simplest and most intuitive designs won’t be able to entice users if they feel that they can’t trust your website. In many cases, the same things that make for a good UX will also inspire trust in the user, but the issue of trust is […]

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The Top User Interface Design Tools you Must Know

Designers have to take advantage of the best user interface design tools to come up with effective interfaces. The Top User Interface Design Tools you Must Know Photoshop CC This is one of the leading user interface design tools. Photoshop CC gives you additional power, speed, and freedom to make images appear real. It takes […]

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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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