What does UX mean to You

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June 18th, 2013

A couple of weeks ago I implemented Qualaroo on my blog. Qualaroo, formerly known as KISSinsights, is a survey tool made by the creators of Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics, which allows you to interact with your visitors. Running a UX blog, I wanted to find out one thing: what does UX mean to you all. In this article I share… continue reading

7 UX Questions You Need to Know Before Getting to the Design

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June 4th, 2013

When it comes to user experience designing, one can easily deem its dynamics as highly enticing. In spite of this, they can be quite complicated too. There is a multitude of factors which need to be taken into consideration, and if you’re just starting out in the UX domain, then the professional advice of an… continue reading

The Impact of Gesture Recognition on UX Design

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May 28th, 2013

Gesture recognition is the detection and understanding of human gestures and movements by computing devices. In the last few years, the rapid advance of gesture recognition technology along with the falling cost (and size) of 3D sensors have spurred greater adoption of touch-free interaction, creating a growing market. We see gesture-based interfaces incorporated into more… continue reading

Free Responsive Sketch Sheets

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May 6th, 2013

With responsive design and new design approaches such as ‘Mobile First’, a new kind of UI sketching came to life. I’ve collected several free responsive sketch sheets, allowing you to sketch out rough ideas with paper and pencil and to quickly iterate those ideas, refining, redesigning, or tossing them out as… continue reading

All About the Heuristic Evaluation

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April 23rd, 2013

A heuristic evaluation is a fast and cheap process to improve your site’s usability. Personally, I found that it helps to optimize silly and obvious mistakes which, when fixed, make for a much better overall experience. You’ll find that these evaluations are simple to do and I urge you to embrace them and use them… continue reading