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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Designing the Perfect Paragraph

Posted on by Geoff Munn

A fascinating reminder of how important the ordinary paragraph is. Continue reading

User Interface Design Patterns

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UX Movement have provided a list of (in their opinion) the four best design pattern websites. Each of these provide examples of navigation systems and other page elements. The four … Continue reading

The art of facilitation (turning problems into innovation challenges)

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The art of facilitation, and why it’s the important first step for starting a radical change project. Continue reading

Methodology o' the day: Checklist Thinking

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Checklist Thinking is something you’ve probably already done. A decent requirements phase should be enough. Continue reading

The opposite of Fitts' Law

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Fitts’ Law states that we should put important links and buttons as large clickable elements in the corners or near the edges of the screen.
But what do we do with buttons that we don’t want people to click on? Continue reading

PSD to HTML

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Convert PSD files into HTML at a relatively low cost. Continue reading

Progress trackers – examples and best practices

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Good examples and best practices for progress trackers. Continue reading

Agile User Interface Design

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The usability & user experience disciplines are probably the best example of why ‘fail fast’ is a bad idea. ┬áIf you’ve taken the time to train your users in how … Continue reading

The difference between UX and usability

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Usability is a subset of user experience, and includes the ‘pleasure’ a user gets out of the design. Continue reading

Is an idea an innovation, or an improvement?

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It all depends on the impact to the users. And sometimes it’s impossible to know at the time – a small change may have big impacts that weren’t expected. Continue reading

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