Creative Confidence: A New Path to Inspiration

From UX Booth: http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/7644/11766684 I started 2018 by reading Creative Confidence, written by the Kelley brothers of IDEO. In it, they say that “at its core, creative confidence is about believing in your ability to create change in the world around you. It is the conviction that you can achieve what you set out to … Continue reading Creative Confidence: A New Path to Inspiration

Managing a project with a remote team

From Flow: https://filippodt.blog/2019/05/31/managing-a-project-with-a-remote-team/ One of the things I like most about working at a distributed company is that I get to work with people from all over the world. Being exposed to other cultures and ways of life has helped me grow as a person. This perk can however come with its challenges as I … Continue reading Managing a project with a remote team

Why Text Buttons Hurt Mobile Usability

From UX Movement http://bit.ly/2XpPpRv The usability standards for buttons are higher for mobile apps than desktop apps. With a smaller screen and finger navigation, mobile buttons must be easy to tap and read. Most solid buttons meet this standard, but text buttons rarely do. Before you use text buttons on your mobile app, here’s what … Continue reading Why Text Buttons Hurt Mobile Usability

8 Blogging Mistakes Most Bloggers Make

From Noupe: https://www.noupe.com/business-online/8-blogging-mistakes-most-bloggers-make.html Have you ever read a post and were in awe of the writer’s skills, from the flow of their content to their beautiful use of imagery? Well, most of us have! I bet the question running through your mind right now is how did these blogging gurus come to be? Truth is, … Continue reading 8 Blogging Mistakes Most Bloggers Make

The Designer’s Guide to Adding Animation in UX Design

From UX Booth: http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/7644/11407881 If there is anything most apparent in the rich and long history of animation, it’s that moving graphics and images have always been captivating to audiences. Far from being a novelty, animation is now used for other purposes besides entertainment. In fact, one way to use it is to take full … Continue reading The Designer’s Guide to Adding Animation in UX Design

UX Considerations for Building an Amazing CMS

From UX Booth: http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/7644/11308896 The back-end requirements of the vast majority of websites are not that complex. A reported 30% of websites are now powered by WordPress, and there are many other multi-purpose content management systems (CMS) that are widely in use for generic purposes such as Drupal, ExpressionEngine, Concrete5 and others. However, for specialist … Continue reading UX Considerations for Building an Amazing CMS

46 Form Design Best Practices

From Noupe: https://www.noupe.com/design/46-form-design-best-practices.html Have you filled out an online form recently? Chances are that the answer is yes. According to recent research, 84% of people fill out at least one web form per week.  But you may not have realized, because filling out web forms has become an almost integral part of the fabric of our … Continue reading 46 Form Design Best Practices

5 Rules for Choosing the Right Words on Button Labels

From UX Movement http://bit.ly/2M0zE20 What your buttons say is just as important as how they look. Using the wrong words on your button labels cause users confusion, more work, and slower task times. If you want users to take the right action on your app, you need to use the right words on your button … Continue reading 5 Rules for Choosing the Right Words on Button Labels

Building my first progressive web app

From Flow: https://filippodt.blog/2019/05/19/building-my-first-progressive-web-app/ Over the Christmas holidays I came across some articles about Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and then a couple months later, l had a brand new site. I wasn’t planning on building one at the time but there articles had such an effect on me that I felt compelled to get to work. … Continue reading Building my first progressive web app