Monthly Design Roundup: June 2016
In the design world, a clear, fast and easy to use interface is the greatest user experience. You need to go that extra mile with UX as it keeps the user hooked to your website. Whether you are a newbie or an expert it is important to stay updated on the latest trends in user experience and design. For inspiration, tips & more we follow a myriad of blogs. Find a curation of our current favorite links to satisfy your thirst for UX and web design knowledge.
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As UX professionals, designers play a key role in raising the bar for customer experiences. A simple attention to detail is often what signals to the user that designers are thinking about them.
Ghost buttons are those transparent and empty buttons that have a basic shape form, such as a rectangular or perhaps squared. They most often appear as Call to Action buttons and offer a clean look.
Web and mobile apps move away from pages, towards completely personalized experiences. And this experience built on an aggregation of many individual pieces of content. Cards are the new creative concept.
UX Delight is part of establishing an emotional connection with your users and reminding them that there are real humans behind the design. Also it can help to make an experience human and break down the barriers that exist between person and computer.
Real-time technology delivers information to your users as it happens. But how does it help improve your product and align with your customers’ expectations?
As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Images can be a powerful way to capture users’ attention and differentiate your product. They have the power to make or break a user experience.
Did you know that the average app loses 80% of its daily active users within the first 3 days post-install? Most people download an app, open it once, and delete it.
While sign-in walls generally isn’t a very good practice, they are still very common in our digital life. Most likely you go through a login process pretty much every day.
When creating forms, interaction designers are often faced with having to select an UI element that dictates the interaction of option selection. Nonetheless there are some considerations to keep in mind when you choose the element you would like to use as selection control.
How does ‘engagement’ actually happen? What contributes to a perceptible and desired change in customer behavior? What does it take to get customers talking about your product with delight?