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The following manifesto represents my answer to the question — “As a UX or UI, designer, how do I know when and where to implement motion to support usability?”

Article by Issara Willenskomer
Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto
  • After over fifteen years of studying motion in user interfaces, the author believes that there are 12 specific opportunities to support usability in UX projects using motion.
  • UI Animation is to the ‘12 UX in Motion Principles’ as construction is to architecture.
  • The author unpacks the following 5 ideas that help you understand when and where to implement motion to support usability:
    1. Addressing the topic of UI Animation — it’s not what you think.
    2. Realtime vs non-realtime interactions.
    3. Four ways that motion supports usability (expectation, continuity, narrative, and relationship).
    4. Principles, Techniques, Properties, and Values.
    5. The 12 Principles of UX in Motion (easing, offset&delay, parenting, transformation, value change, masking, overlay, cloning, obscuration, parallax, dimensionality and dolly & zoom).
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Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto

If you’re working with an audience across the globe, all under budget and time constraints, remote user testing can provide the rich data to help make informed decisions.

Article by Anna Lurchenko
Share:Remote User Research & Usability Methods
11 min read
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In an age when we’ve got more content than we know what to do with and we can access it whenever we want to, what makes the television experience relevant?

Article by Dallas Sargent
Share:Questioning the Television Experience in the Age of Snapchat
3 min read
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Here they are! The winners of the 2014 international Design for Experience awards.

Article by UX Magazine Staff
Share:Announcing Winners in the 2014 Design for Experience Awards
10 min read
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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.

Article by Aron Lawrence
Share:What Can Experience Designers Learn from Pixel Art?
3 min read
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