Article No. 867 | September 14, 2012
If Nobel Prize-winning research is any indicator, memory—not experience—is the deciding factor in effective UX.
Article No. 866 | September 13, 2012
Guiding users through the labyrinthine realm of "search" becomes easier when you implement query refinement techniques.
Article No. 865 | September 11, 2012
Baby Boomers represent a huge and influential customer base for your designs—winning their loyalty requires a safe and easy experience.
Article No. 864 | September 7, 2012
Managing user experience across several digital touchpoints requires an understanding of consumers' behaviors and goals.
Article No. 863 | September 6, 2012
Before you decide how to tell the story behind your design you must decide why it needs to be told in the first place
Article No. 862 | September 5, 2012
From AOL to Apple's iPhone, here are six remarkable breakthroughs that made user experience what it is today.
Article No. 861 | September 4, 2012
A bloody review of three wireframing tools—MockFlow, ProtoShare, and HotGloo—reveals different strengths that will appeal to different designers and design projects.
Article No. 860 | August 31, 2012
Universal Methods of Design earns a spot on the shelf—a resource for user-centric research methods that is filled with bright ideas.
Article No. 859 | August 29, 2012
A website's front-end success is often dependent on an efficient and rewarding user experience for its back-end administrators
Article No. 858 | August 28, 2012
Finding the UX talent you are looking for can be a piece of you-know-what, as long as you know what you're looking for and how to attract the right people
Article No. 857 | August 23, 2012
A website's About page is a huge draw and therefore a huge opportunity—use it wisely and your users will thank (and know) you
Article No. 856 | August 22, 2012
Often overshadowed by Nintendo's successes in the gaming industry are the company's achievements in shaping user experience—largely the work of designer Shigeru Miyamoto
Article No. 855 | August 21, 2012
As the ease of self-service the Internet provides customers continues to expand, it's important for businesses to keep predictability, efficiency, and convenience in focus to provide a user experience that feels personal.
Article No. 854 | August 17, 2012
Considering a brand as a complex entity with its own story and set of values can help interaction designers connect with customers.
Article No. 853 | August 16, 2012
UX Magazine is giving away two free passes to Lean UX Denver—enter to win on Twitter.
Article No. 852 | August 16, 2012
The cyclical mundane nature of standard meetings can be avoided by throwing a one-day workshop that solves problems in an efficient, proactive, and fun environment.
Article No. 851 | August 14, 2012
By considering not only the user but also the environment in which the user exchanges and uses information, you can design for a UX ecosystem.
Article No. 851 | August 9, 2012
Enter to win one of five free copies of Jeff Sauro and Jim Lewis' new book, Quantifying the User Experience: Practical Statistics for User Research
Article No. 850 | August 7, 2012
Say hello to the Adjusted-Wald Binomial Confidence Interval, a powerful method for making better user experience decisions
Article No. 849 | August 3, 2012
With a beautifully rendered emphasis on the pleasurable notions of "good" and "stuff," Pinterest has quickly and subtly taken control of social commerce.
Article No. 848 | July 31, 2012
Smart navigation of the variable-rich world of eye-tracking systems will find the proper product to suit every need.
Article No. 847 | July 26, 2012
Designing for accessibility spreads the benefits of good UX while opening up your product or service to millions of disabled or aging users.
Article No. 846 | July 24, 2012
Noticing and tracking failures helps discover unexpected uses of your product or service and improves flow for primary use cases.
Article No. 844 | July 5, 2012
Avoid a user revolt against your product redesign by targeting the overall experience instead of just aesthetics.