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If you are a beginner you should understand that the UX design world is immense. The web is saturated with a lot of information and advice. The latest trends fly by on a regular basis, all of which are aimed at seperating the wheat from the chaff. And that can be somewhat challenging. One of… continue reading

Over the last five years, user research has become an important part of the game development process. It’s no longer acceptable for games to be obtuse and difficult to get into. The accessibility of cheap iPhone games and free-to-play games have made it essential for players to be immediately engaged. In this post, I’ll look… continue reading

I have collected 17 free ebooks about UX and interface design, including some best selling books which are definitely worth reading. Not only are these free ebooks pretty good reads but perhaps I’ll save a small rainforest as well. In case you’ve come across some other free ebooks, let us know. 1. Search User Interfaces… continue reading

It’s astonishing how often the issue of accessibility in web design is simply disregarded or ignored. Refusing to acknowledge disabled users of your website is potentially damaging – as well as the impact on your reputation, discriminatory laws in both the US and UK mean that there can now be legal implications for those who… continue reading

When I want to subscribe myself for a newsletter, website, online application or want to sign in, I need to put in my password. This is the easiest way to protect websites/applications and it works, but what I really don’t understand is why passwords appear as dots in the textfield. To me this is against… continue reading

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- Paul