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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

You’ve likely heard the old saying that “bigger is better.” When it comes to online fonts and reading, new research strongly suggests that this applies to the web in particular. This study is especially significant because it generally goes against the grain of what we’ve always been told regarding web readability in a big way.… continue reading

Human lives are mostly driven by emotions and impressions. Politics, marketers and PR-specialists, for example make a living from ruling emotions and opinions. Psychologists say that in order to gently push a person to some decision, you can affect any of the five sensor systems. For instance think of the smell of fresh bakery in… continue reading

Many posts out there don’t actually talk about mobile design trends; some talk about mobile design being a trend but that is by far very different. Because mobile apps and websites are growing in popularity and design quality, I wanted to write a post about the up and coming mobile design trends. I’m certain that… continue reading

I’ve read a lot of articles with endless bullet points on how to improve a website’s usability. Unfortunately I rarely come across a post bringing up text layout or typography (heck, I even forgot about it in my previous posts). However, when it does, it seems to be limited to the optimal line length. Is… continue reading

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