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  • The Aesthetic-Accessibility Paradox
    Every interface has a subset of users that make up the majority and minority. The majority of users usually have normal vision, while the minority have some form of visual impairment. There’s a big difference between what normal visioned users see versus what color blind and low vision users see. …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2019-11-14By anthony
  • Responsible JavaScript: Part III
    You’ve done everything you thought was possible to address your website’s JavaScript problem. You relied on the web platform where you could. You sidestepped Babel and found smaller framework alternatives. You whittled your application code down to its most streamlined form possible. Yet, things are just not …
    Source: A List ApartPublished on 2019-11-14
  • DesignOps FAQ: 6 Common Questions About Design Operations
    Summary: Because the field is being defined in real time, practitioners often have questions about what Design Operations means, and how to establish DesignOps practices. Design Operations (DesignOps) is a relatively recent topic of conversation: practitioners are still actively defining what it means and how it takes shape within …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-10By Kate Kaplan
  • Information Foraging: A Theory of How People Navigate on the Web
    Summary: To decide whether to visit a page, people take into account how much relevant information they are likely to find on that page relative to the effort involved in extracting that info. Will people scroll on a webpage? How do they decide to click on a link? When do they …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-10By Raluca Budiu
  • Vettery: The Hiring Marketplace to Land Your Dream Job
    You’ve updated your resume and portfolio, and you’re ready to go job hunting. You apply to company after company and hear nothing back. This commonplace approach to finding a job is stressful and taxing. Instead of filling out application after application, how nice would it be if those companies reached …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2019-11-05By anthony
  • Mobile Microsessions
    Summary: Notifications, widgets, quick actions, and Siri shortcuts or Google Assistant routines are all ways to support short mobile sessions. Have you ever briefly turned on your phone, glanced at it, found whatever needed to find, and then turned it back off? That’s an example of a microsession — a quick …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-03By Raluca Budiu
  • Content Management on Intranets: Centralized, Distributed, and Hybrid Models
    Summary: Three different content-management models enforce who creates, owns, and publishes intranet content. Content can make or break an intranet. Employees access the company intranet for specific information related to their jobs. Unlike the content found on a company’s public-facing website, intranet content often comes from many different crossfunctional contributors, such …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-03By Maria Rosala, Anna Kaley
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Web Design
    For what the future seems to unfold, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technology without alternative. Today’s modern industry verticals are crucially reliant on faster, accurate and more affordable modes of online business. With its unlimited potential, designers and developers can immensely leverage AI applications in web development to streamline their …
    Source: Usability GeekPublished on 2019-10-29By Mirza Irfan
  • Qualaroo: Conduct User Testing Within Your Mockups
    How easy would user testing be if you could gather user feedback right within your mockup? Users would be able to tell you what they think within the context and flow of their scenarios. The result is in-depth and relevant insights at a rapid pace. Qualaroo recently launched Nudge
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2019-10-29By anthony
  • Unmoderated User Tests: How and Why to Do Them
    Summary: The 6 steps for running unmoderated usability testing are: define study goals, select testing software, write task descriptions, pilot the test, recruit participants, and analyze the results. Many UX teams rely on remote usability testing to efficiently get design feedback from users. There are two types of remote
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-10-27By Kathryn Whitenton

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