The State of Web Design Usability [Infographic]

Over the past decade, websites have evolved from a plain text-centric layout, to fast loading, visually dispersed, and responsive online platforms. Since staying up to date with the latest technological and user behavioral preferences are not always attainable for many web designers, thus many websites fail to achieve the expected rankings. Let’s look at web

Top Collection of 2016 UX and Web Design Articles And Interviews

As the New Year quickly approaches I’d like to take a minute to look back at the accomplished year we’ve had. From the rise of new technologies and applications, to alternative experience design methods, each of these innovations have had a significant impact on the user experience industry.   I compiled a list of my

6 Innovative Apps That Upped Their UX Game This November

I usually publish articles containing useful tips, applicable UX advice, and suggestions on how to improve certain aspects of your design process. This November, I decided to give my article roundup a twist. I compiled six articles which discuss excellent examples of major companies putting their users first, and responding to their requests in order

My Top 3 Favorite UX Design TED Talks of All Time

Whether I’m lacking creativity or overflowing with ambition, TED Talks are one of my favorite places to source inspiration. I’ve compiled a list of three of my favorite UX design TED Talks, which provide useful insight into how to improve your skills.   I highly recommend listening to these talks the next time you have

WhatsApp Launch “WhatsApp Video Calling,” Giving Users Exactly What They Needed and Wanted

Have you seen the ever-so-famous poop emoji? What about some of the other “classics?” Many of the ones seen nowadays are some of the designs created through WhatsApp.   WhatsApp is a globally popular messaging app (over 1 billion users worldwide) that has nearly everything including multi-platform capabilities and unique emojis to help people all

Take the Advice of Fortune 500 Lead Designer Amy Marquez

Amy Jimenez Marquez is the lead experience designer for the R&D team of a Fortune 500 financial services company. She is also one of the publishers of Boxes and Arrows, a peer-written user experience and information architecture journal established in 2001, promoting contributors who want to provoke thinking, push limits, and teach a few things along the