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Is there Room for Sexy in Enterprise Design?
Sexy design has it's place in enterprise software, so long as you know what sexy is to your users.
Mick McGee -
Go Ahead, White-Label Your Services
While controversial among freelancers, white-labeling your services to a company can open you up to a whole new world of opportunity.
Cory Lebson -
Disruptive IoT Innovation
As new technology allows increased connectivity between devices and consumer products, there are more opportunities to gain market value through disruptive innovation.
Avi Itzkovitch -
Designing for Kids, Then and Now
In an excerpt from her new book Design for Kids, Debra Levin Gelman looks at how the relationship between children and technology has changed over the last three decades.
Debra Levin Gelman -
Giving Kids Digital Experiences They Can Really Use
A closer look at results in the Experience for Children category of the international Design for Experience awards, featuring the winner: Night Zookeeper.
Josh Tyson | UX Magazine -
Nine Lies We Tell Ourselves About Mobile
A closer look at the history of mobile design and technology reveals common misconceptions that are making it difficult to move forward with clarity.
The Influence of iOS 7 and Designing for Mobile in an Omnichannel World
With iOS 7, Apple seems poised to expand its reach into a wider portfolio of digital products, something designers should consider in the omnichannel world of mobile.
Nour Diab Yunes
What Does it Take to be a Mobile Designer Today?
Being a successful mobile designer requires an evolved understanding of how people use their devices, a robust toolkit, and the flexibility to adapt to new technology.
UX Magazine Featured
Five Customer Experience Lessons Coffee Taught Me
A lifetime pursuing CX excellence culminates in a great cup of coffee and five tips for nailing customer experience.
Designing for Everyone
Designing for accessibility spreads the benefits of good UX while opening up your product or service to millions of disabled or aging users.
Noticing and tracking failures helps discover unexpected uses of your product or service and improves flow for primary use cases.
Overhauling a UI Without Upsetting Current Users
Avoid a user revolt against your product redesign by targeting the overall experience instead of just aesthetics.
Designing for Context: The Multiscreen Ecosystem
Connecting applications across smart devices creates product ecosystems that dynamically respond to user contexts for enhanced experiences.
UX Lx 2012 Conference Coverage
A look back at the speakers and highlights of UX Lx 2012 from Lisbon, Portugal.
5 Tips for Effective UX Leadership
Extend your influence past the production of deliverables to lead teams and organizations in the goal of creating better experiences for users.
Win a Copy of "Playful Design"
Enter to win one of five free copies of John Ferrara's new book, Playful Design, published by Rosenfeld Media.
UX Magazine Staff
The "Good-Tough" Problem
Games with overly easy challenges are boring, but too much difficulty is frustrating. UX research helps create interesting, surmountable challenges that keep players...
Illustrating the Big Picture
Illustrate stories with journey models to explore problems of long-term engagement and establish a framework for strategic and tactical decision-making.
A Primer on Responsive Design
Understanding how responsive design works and when to use it is the first step in getting the right content to users and reducing long-term site maintenance costs.
Win a copy of "The Mobile Frontier"
Win one of five copies of Rachel Hinman's new book "The Mobile Frontier" published by Rosenfeld Media.
UX Magazine Staff
Excerpt From The New Book "The Mobile Frontier...
Follow these guidelines for designing touch-based interactions on mobile and tablet devices to increase application usability and user enjoyment.
Smashing Magazine’s Newest Book Rethinks the Website...
Smashing Magazine's compilation of best practices, theories, and techniques for website redesign will refresh experienced UX practitioners and benefit new ones.
Create a long-term relationship with customers based on trust by reflecting their values in the identity of your brand.
Content Maintenance: Keeping up appearances
Planning ahead for managing changes in content keeps the UX and content management teams from breaking down over time.
Your Logo Is Making Me Sick
Avoidable, unsanitary practices in error message design can cause a nasty case of brand poisoning.
Jonathan Anderson | UX Magazine
Midwest Readers: Free ticket available for Conversion...
Answer a question for a chance to win a free two-day pass to Conversion Conference Chicago June 25-26.
UX Magazine Staff
UX Sessions at Conversion Conference’s First Midwest Show...
Find UX sessions, connect with UX Magazine, and get a discounted pass for Conversion Conference Chicago.
UX Magazine Staff
Designing Search: As-You-Type Suggestions
Use as-you-type suggestions to help users save time and enter more useful queries to find the results they want.
Taking Mobile Global
Developing "mobile first" means thinking "global first" to ensure a consistent experience for international users.
6 Key Questions to Guide International UX Research
International UX research mitigates risk, generates customer insights, and ensures that new products and services meet the needs of the intended local audiences.
Combining In-Person and Remote Research
Use remote research to stay on budget while verifying and investigating qualitative usability issues discovered by in-person research.
New Design Practices for Touch-free Interactions
Enriching UX theories and practices to support touch-free and natural language interactions.
Content as Conversation
Thinking of content as a two-way conversation with users for better, friendlier interactions.