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  • Deal: 42 professional fonts from Mellow Design Lab

    Love the hand-lettering trend, but don’t have the time to learn? Then you’ll love this awesome deal from our sister-site MightyDeals.com: For a limited time you can download 42 professional-grade script fonts, for only $9! You can never have enough script fonts, especially when each one is packed with distinct
    Source: Web Designer DepotPublished on 2017-01-13By WebdesignerDepot Staff
  • Cards vs. lists, how they impact UX

    Two of the most common ways to organize website content these days is by using cards and lists. Each has its own pros and cons. Whereas lists have been around since the early days of the web, card-based design has only recently become a force to be reckoned with …
    Source: Web Designer DepotPublished on 2017-01-12By Marc Schenker
  • A Dao of Product Design
    When a designer or developer sets out to create a new product, the audience is thought of as “the user”: we consider how she might use it, what aspects make it accessible and usable, what emotional interactions make it delightful, and how we can optimize the workflow for her and
    Source: A List ApartPublished on 2017-01-12
  • UX Design Process: Is There Really One?
    A UX design process is something that everyone has in the UX industry, but something that everyone does differently. While the majority may maintain the same flow and general process, it is the principles that are executed within the process that are done so differently. When it comes to the …
    Source: Usability GeekPublished on 2017-01-11By Jenna Erickson
  • 26 steps to perfect product design

    Over the last four years I’ve been designing dashboards and applications, and I’ve learned how to deal with different departments, and utilise their knowledge in order to make product design more efficient. Today, I’m going to share all of the steps that I’ve built into my daily routine, that …
    Source: Web Designer DepotPublished on 2017-01-11By Jan Losert
  • The Truth About Modal Window Newsletter Forms

    Ever visit a site and had a modal window newsletter form pop up in your face? Of course you have, they’re all over the web today. There’s a reason why many sites use them. But there are reasons why many sites should reconsider.Guaranteed High Conversion RateMany sites use modal newsletter …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2017-01-10By anthony
  • The Illusion of Modal Window Newsletter Forms

    Ever visit a site and had a modal window newsletter form pop up in your face? Of course you have, they’re all over the web today. There’s a reason why many sites use them. But there are reasons why many sites should reconsider.Guaranteed High Conversion RateMany sites use modal newsletter …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2017-01-10By anthony
  • 7 design predictions for 2017, that might actually happen

    Every year, blogs like this one try to predict what’s going to happen in our industry over the next 12 months. Design is a product of its environment and good design reflects the world that it exists in; no one has a crystal ball, so unsurprisingly design predictions are wrong as
    Source: Web Designer DepotPublished on 2017-01-10By Ben Moss
  • A Useful Guide to Content Types, Part 2

    When we first started building websites, they were “static,” meaning each page was coded individually and published by putting files on a server. Today, we have content management systems (CMS) that allow us to turn every piece of content into data, with technical content types. To be sure, web pages …
    Source: FeedpressPublished on 2017-01-10By Carrie Hane
  • Critical Librarianship in the Design of Libraries

    Sarah Houghton and Andy Woodworth announced Operation 451, a movement intentionally invoking Fahrenheit 451 as a symbolic affirmation of our librarian values of knowledge, service of others, and free expression of ideas. [Operation 451] stands in direct opposition to the forces of intolerance and ignorance that seek to divide …
    Source: LibUXPublished on 2017-01-10By Michael Schofield

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