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I've written about this before, either passively in older articles or scattered across Twitter in tweets with obvious subtext. But before we dig into it, let's have a look at what UX design is. UX design has become trendy only within the past five or so years. Compared to other professions (even within the design industry), it's a very new term. . .
Early in my career, I was sitting in a park in Portland, Oregon, lamenting about what title I should put on my business cards. I wanted to stand out to recruiters and hiring managers who spend an average of six seconds skimming the average application. I wanted to have a confident answer when someone asked. . .
As UX design continues to transform companies and the products they create, the new year will see not only the permeation of design practices into all areas of successful businesses, but also the kind of cross-functionality, inclusivity, and specialization that’s indicative of a mature field. Here are the five trends we predict for 2020. . .
Micro-interactions have become increasingly important in a world with a dizzying number of digital platforms, and an ocean of content. While micro-interactions used to be thought of as a cool feature in the early days of digital design, in the hyper-competitive digital space of today they’ve become a crucial element to the overall. . .
What your buttons say is as important as how they look. Using the wrong words on your button labels cause users confusion, more work, and slower task times. If you want to make it easy for users to take action on your app, you need to choose the right words on your button labels. Here are five rules to help you choose the right words. . .
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