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  • 25% off UX Courses this Black Friday: A Gift From Us to You
    Our friends over at the Interaction Design Foundation have a gift for you before Black Friday: 25% off UX design courses for the next year! The offer starts now and ends on Friday at midnight!  If you are looking to either expand your current skill set or are researching to kickstart a career in …
    Source: Usability GeekPublished on 2019-11-27By The UsabilityGeek Editorial Team
  • ProtoPie: The Interaction Design Tool UX Designers Need
    Many UX designers prototype, but very few prototype with dynamic interactions. The difference it’ll make on your design is night and day. ProtoPie is the only prototyping tool that allows you to add delicious interactions to your interactive prototypes. Rather than showing your users and clients a prototype with plain, …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2019-11-26By anthony
  • UX Guidelines for Ecommerce Product Pages
    Summary: Customers shopping online rely on product pages to decide what to buy. Help them by answering questions, enabling comparison, providing reviews, and facilitating the purchase process. In ecommerce, product pages are critical to the success of a site. Customers need to have enough information to make an informed purchase decision. …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-24By Katie Sherwin
  • Mental Models for Cloud-Storage Systems
    Summary: Users have a rudimentary understanding of cloud services and attempt to fit them into their existent, simpler mental models that they had formed for similar, more-traditional services. Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, iCloud — these have all become common household names. They are all cloud-storage systems that people use them every …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-24By Raluca Budiu
  • New Online Seminar: Managing UX on Agile Teams (Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:00 AM ET/2:00 AM PT)
    It can be challenging to manage UX and Agile frameworks together. When a team is working quickly, UX work can easily get deprioritized in the interest of meeting deadlines. In this seminar, we will discuss overall Agile team lessons learned from the perspective of Australian fin-tech start-up, Athena Home Loans, …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-24
  • Request with Intent: Caching Strategies in the Age of PWAs
    Once upon a time, we relied on browsers to handle caching for us; as developers in those days, we had very little control. But then came Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), Service Workers, and the Cache API—and suddenly we have expansive power over what gets put in the …
    Source: A List ApartPublished on 2019-11-21
  • Porkbun: Your Very Own .design Domain for Free
    Whether you’re building a portfolio, blog, or product, a design-related website needs a memorable domain name. AirBnB, and Uber are popular brands that understand this. That’s why they use a .design domain as the place for their designers to share articles, tools and resources. You and your company can …
    Source: UX MovementPublished on 2019-11-19By anthony
  • UX Conference New York City Announced (Apr 18 – Apr 24)
    7 in-depth, full-day courses, teaching user experience best practices for successful design. Conference focused on long-lasting skills for UX professionals. April 18 – April 24, 2020See Full Schedule and Pricing
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-18
  • What Every Intranet Needs: Reflections After 20 Years of the Intranet Design Annual
    Summary: Communication, credibility, collaboration, consistency, and a central place that organizes policies, forms, and all the tools offered in the digital workplace are some of the marks of successful intranets. I find myself in a unique and fortunate situation: to be able to reflect on the hundreds of intranets I have …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-17By Kara Pernice
  • Complex Search-Results Pages Change Search Behavior: The Pinball Pattern
    Summary: Because today’s search-results pages have many possible complex layouts, users don’t always process search results sequentially. They distribute their attention more variably across the page than in the past. Gone are the days when Google would return a simple list of 10 blue links, each neatly packaged with a URL, …
    Source: NN GroupPublished on 2019-11-17By Kate Moran, Cami Goray

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