A look at what's going on in the field of user experience.
A free deck of 52 cognitive bias UX cards to learn how cognitive biases might influence user behaviour
“Think different” was only one of the principles Steve Jobs followed. A character that has left a tremendous legacy, not only as a design…
It may seem insignificant, but a section that is often overlooked on company web pages is the “Meet the Team” page. This tab is a small place where we dedicate a recognition to the individuals who make it possible for our site or company to prosper, and although it does not seem so important, the truth is that it helps a lot to create a positive image of your work.
The “Meet the Team” tab of a web page is essentially the work credits. But beyond presenting the faces of workers, this tab teaches us much more about the company itself. Whether we only put pictures of the faces or a large panorama of the entire group, team pages are there to show the quality and commitment we have with others.
Helping you understand how to order your management and life tasks with a method of prioritization.
A guide for beginners and for those who want to refresh their knowledge about how colors work.
Cycle renting app — UX case studyThis is a conceptual project.
The ProblemFor people who commute by public transport, what does your usual travel look like?
Rethinking Singapore’s DBS currency conversion module
Text fields & Forms design — UI components seriesSimple rules that will help you design forms users will like to completeForms have existed for a significant amount of time, greatly simplifying the task of drafting complaints and various other legal pleadings. With the advance of information and its processing, means to gather the data are also evolving. As printed forms were here for years we can learn a few tips from their design.
Text field anatomyText fields allow users to enter text into a UI. They typically appear in forms and dialogs. Text field component design should provide a clear affordance for interaction, making the fields discoverable in layouts, efficient to fill in, and accessible.
By Janet M. Six
This month in Ask UXmatters, the UX professionals who belong to our panel of experts discuss the relationship between User Experience and branding, comparing their scope and the value they deliver to an organization. Our experts then consider the relationship between User Experience and Customer Experience (CX).
By Jim Kalbach
This is an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Jim Kalbach’s new book The Jobs to Be Done Playbook: Align Your Markets, Organization, and Strategy Around Customer Needs. ©2020, Rosenfeld Media.