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Becoming a More Thoughtful User Experience Designer
The difference between creating good experiences and amazing experiences often comes down to how thoughtful we can remain during the design process.
Jake Lee Haugen -
Hey Bloomberg, I Was Still Watching That #wtfUX
Lamenting a stilted video experience on Bloomberg TV.
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What Can Experience Designers Learn from Pixel Art?
Pixel art relies on iconic, simple graphic elements that get a point across without being overly worried about minutiae, which can be useful to experience designers.
Aron Lawrence -
Poetry in Motion
How will augmented virtual reality force us to rethink the way we browse and consume information on the Internet?
Adam Ferns -
Confusing, Confounding Content #wtfUX
By identifying and sharing examples of bad UX, we can rid the world of poorly designed experiences.
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Spotlight On: The Design for Experience Awards
No Bottom Line? No Experience
The results of the Bottom Line Impact category of the Design for Experience awards highlight the importance of balancing business needs and user needs.
Josh Tyson | UX Magazine
Making Mountains of Data Rewarding to Roam
A closer look at the results in the Bringing Order to Big Data category of the international Design for Experience awards, featuring the winner: Roambi.
UX Magazine Staff
The Winning Experience of Playing Video Games for Beer
A closer look at the results in the Interactive Component of an Advertising Campaign category of the international Design for Experience awards, featuring the winner:...
UX Magazine Staff
Is Your UI Causing Zero Search Results Pages?
Ideas from and an introduction to the author's new book, "Designing Search."
A URL in Any Language
On the emergence URLs in non-Latin scripts, known as internationalized domain names (IDNs).
So You Want To Be A Designer: Top 5 List
Aza Raskin's advice on what you should do and master if you want to get into design.
Rethinking the Television Experience
Unifying content, source, and device options for TVs for better entertainment experiences.
Customer efficiency directly correlates to satisfaction and advocacy, and is the most accurate indicator of future behavior.
A look at what influences dreaming to understand how to harness it to make interfaces more dreamworthy.
Control: Dialing In the Digital Experience
Finding the right balance for customization, and keeping user choices on the rails.
Five Lessons from a Year of Tablet UX Research
Tablet platforms break traditional paradigms of computer and mobile use.
Patent Trolls Sitting Under The UX Bridge
Elements of digital works may be patented by litigious, abusive companies.
Five Low-Hanging UX Tips
Some simple ways to greatly improve the user experience of an app.
Think Outside the Box, but Don't Forget the...
People rely on consistency and past experience for fast decision making.
Why UXers should join Code for America
Help reshape the citizen experience by applying for a fellowship with Code for America.
Why Mobile UX is More Than “Users On-The-Go”
We’ve moved past the “I’ll use mobile because it’s cool” user to savvy users.
Designing for Tomorrow
How can you design something that maintains lasting relevance?
Five Popular Web Strategies That Don't Work...
At your next moment of change and opportunity, what kind of leader will you be?
UX Concerns Across Mobile Platforms
When to adhere to, and when to deviate from, expectations for mobile OS consistency.
Change on a Dime: Agile Design
An overview of agile development and working as a designer in agile environments.
The Citizen Experience Needs Us
One of the most important relationships people have is with government.
Know Without Thinking: Instinct in UX
Users aren't blank slates, so UXD can leverage implicit memory in designs.
Overcoming Halfhearted User Adoption
Grudging or sporadic use of a system is often just as damaging as outright user rejection.
Is Your Brochure An Interesting Read?
Your marketing should be a good read. Why? So people become engrossed in it.
People are calling it “the next bubble” but could Web 2.0 mean business without the risk?
Google makes URLs Goo.gl
The Art of the Selfless
Becoming a selfless developer who sees from others' perspectives and feeds off of criticisms.