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  How to Film and Photograph Online Content for Usability: UX Details for Videos and Images Summary: Consider how your audience will be using the visuals to determine the optimal camera angle, set the right tone, choose the right props, and maintain attention. In our study of how images, GIFs, and videos assist learning , we observed that small details in those visuals can impact … Source: NN GroupPublished on 2020-02-16By Aurora Harley UX Workshops vs. Meetings: What’s the Difference? Summary: Meetings … Read More

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  Web Accessibility Standards: A Primer for UX Designers Accessible design is an inclusive solution in providing a structural pathway for better navigation and a great user experience for people with or without physical, emotional, and mental limitations. Adopting a user-centric mindset and complying with various web accessibility requirements mandated by Americans with Disabilities Act ( ADA), Section 508 … Source: Usability GeekPublished on 2020-02-12By David Gevorkian New Online Seminar: How Accessibility Lawsuits are Driving Better Web Design (Thursday, March … Read More

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  Avoid These 10 UX Design Fails The goal of UX design is to improve the customer journey through superior design. This involves the design, usability, and functionality of the overall app or website. These ten UX design fails listed below prove that even top companies can sometimes drop the ball. 1: Failed Checkboxes One of the … Source: Usability GeekPublished on 2020-02-10By Erica Martin How to Maximize Insights in User Testing: Stepped User Tasks Summary: You can learn the right … Read More

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  When to Use a Floating Call-to-Action Button Flick, flick, flick, flick! That’s the sound of the user’s finger scrolling through your long mobile landing page. Eventually, they’ll get flick fatigue and abandon your page if they don’t see the call-to-action button. The user’s attention and energy are finite resources. Once it exceeds a certain point, they’ll call … Source: UX MovementPublished on 2020-02-05By anthony Dark Mode vs. Light Mode: Which Is Better? Summary: In people with normal vision (or corrected-to-normal … Read More

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  Dark Mode vs. Light Mode: Which Is Better? Summary: In people with normal vision (or corrected-to-normal vision), visual performance tends to be better with light mode, whereas some people with cataract and related disorders may perform better with dark mode. On the flip side, long-term reading in light mode may be associated with myopia. Recently, spurred by the introduction … Source: NN GroupPublished on 2020-02-02By Raluca Budiu Information Scent: How Users Decide Where to Go Next Summary: When deciding which links … Read More

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