Archive for the 'Design' topic

UIETips: Style Guide Best Practices

In today’s UIEtips, we’re happy to publish an article on Style Guides from Brad Frost. If you want to hear more from Brad on this topic, join us on June 4, when he presents our next virtual seminar, The Why & How of Successful Style Guides. Brad’s presentation will challenge you to think differently and […]

Be part of a UX roundtable call when you register for UI20

Register for the User Interface 20 Conference by May 22 and you’ll participate in an hour long UX roundtable call with me. Don’t miss this chance to ask me your most burning UX questions (or even your non-burning non UX questions). Come to Boston November 2-4, 2015 for intensive workshops and talks focusing on what […]

Rachel Nabors – Using Animation to Enhance Your UX

Animation in interfaces has traditionally been seen as purely decorative and unnecessary. There are real accessibility and usability concerns associated with a heavy reliance on Flash. Advances in CSS have allowed for sophisticated animations and transitions that actually add to the experience. In fact, a well timed transition can help alleviate the cognitive load on users.

UIETips: Devising a Strategy for Responsive Design

In today’s UIEtips, we reprint an article on the importance of organizations nailing down a strategy for making their sites responsive. I make the point that saying yes to responsive design will require changes to your editorial process, the ways you approach visual and interaction design, and how you think about your users and their […]

UIETips: Five Ways to Animate Responsibly

In today’s UIEtips, we’re reprinting and article from Rachel Nabors, originally published in 24 Ways. Want to know more about how to put animation to work for your interface and its users? Join us April 2, when Rachel presents Improve UX With Animation. “Here’s an excerpt from the article:” Sadly, animation is considered decorative by […]

20% off UXIM Plus 5 Other Reasons to Attend

Conquer your mobile design challenges Attending the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Salt Lake City, UT April 13–15 will be one of the best mobile UX training events you have ever attended. Here are 5 reasons why. Register by March 26 to Save 20%. Use Promotion Code 20OFF This code works whether you sign up for 1, […]

1 Day, 6 Talks, 2 Keynotes – All on Mobile Design at the UXIM Mobile Conference

If You Can Only Attend 1 Day – Come for the Featured Talks Glean new ideas and insights guaranteed to shape how you think about mobile design. Where you ask? At the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Salt Lake City, April 13-15. Featured Talks and Keynotes Jason Grigsby Adapting to Different Form of Input How do […]

UIETips: ‘View Full Site’ Must Die

In this week’s UIEtips, I offer my latest original article. In it I explain why responsive design should take over M dot sites. Here’s an excerpt from the article: We provide the escape hatch because the M Dot’s experience isn’t complete. The M Dot site can’t have what the user needs, because we’ve intentionally crippled […]

Josh Seiden – Lean UX for Enterprise

With the widespread adoption of Agile development methods, Lean UX has grown in popularity in the user experience world. It’s built around small, collaborative, cross-functional teams and is an extremely useful approach for startups and smaller teams. However, challenges arise when trying to adapt it to a larger, enterprise organization.

This is your final chance to register for UX Immersion Mobile and save $350

Here are two reasons why now is the time to register for the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Salt Lake City, UT, April 13–15. One, on March 13 the price goes up $350. Two, some workshops (hint Brad Frost and Jason Grigsby) are filling up fast and likely to sell out. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate […]