What is the line of death and why should you care about it?

What is the line of death and why should you care about it?

Security UI is hard. That’s why, security designers have a real challenge when creating applications that display untrusted content. Their goal is to prevent potential attackers to take full control […]

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5 things that will make your UX design portfolio unique

5 things that will make your UX design portfolio unique

Here’s what’s unique about portfolios for UX designers, and how you can differentiate yourself with an unique UX design portfolio.

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How to design effective login forms with great UX

How to design effective login forms with great UX

Here is a nice list of 9 handy tips for designing better login forms. It seems like an easy job, but sometimes these advises are simply ignored.

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10 UX design trends to follow in 2016

10 UX design trends to follow in 2016

Now, as the technology changes so fast, so do the user experience trends. Let’s have a look at the top 10 UX design trends & predictions for this year.

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10 handy tips to design awesome Apple TV apps

10 handy tips to design awesome Apple TV apps

Michael Flarup: the lead designer at Robocat shared some useful tips on how to design great apps for Apple TV. He also provided a free UI template for download.

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The websites of 8 popular brands: then and now

The websites of 8 popular brands: then and now

To visualize the evolution of website design of some popular brands, Jacinthe Busson created a nice little resource called UX Timeline.

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10 fresh examples of diffuse shadow UIs

10 fresh examples of diffuse shadow UIs

To better understand and analyze this hot design trend, we’ve comprised a list of 10 fresh UIs with diffuse shadows. Have a look and tell us if you know more.

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Do we really need/want floating action buttons?

Do we really need/want floating action buttons?

Whats is a floating action button? According to Google it’s a floating circular button used for a promoted action. It’s like a call to action button that guides the user to perform an action on that particular screen.

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Above the fold and below the fold, myths and reality

Above the fold and below the fold, myths and reality

You probably know what “above the fold” is – it’s the area of a web page that you see in your browser (without any further action) when the page first loads.

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How to easily create user personas online

How to easily create user personas online

Why should we need user personas and what are those anyway? User persona is not e real user (it’s a fictional character) that is defined to represent different types of users and understand their goals.

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Case study: designing a better UX for the login page of GoSquared

Case study: designing a better UX for the login page of GoSquared

Combining security & usability is not an easy task, but it seems like the guys from GoSquared found the perfect balance between them.

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Google celebrates its 1000th Chrome experiment

Google celebrates its 1000th Chrome experiment

Google reached a new milestone: 1000 experiments were listed on Chrome experiments website. It all started in 2009, when Google launched this project.

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