Category: UX, Product Design & Protyping Insights

Through user-first tactics, businesses are creating exceptional micro-moments that are connecting their brand to mobile consumers. Let our team of product experts keep you up to date with the latest UX, interaction design and protyping trends, news and best practices.

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04/16/2018

Emphasize UX For Maximum Marketing Impact

"User experience" was once a term that primarily applied to product design teams on the verge →
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03/29/2018

Emotions: the key to great UX

The success of marketing often depends on how effectively you can tap into the emotions of your target →
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03/29/2018

UX Design: If They Don't Notice You, You're A Success

As the plane descends over Queens, you get a tense feeling. You are about to land at LaGuardia airport. →
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03/18/2018

iPhone X Tests Reveal Apple's Design Problems

Love or hate Apple AAPL +1.72%’s iPhone X, there’s one thing you can’t dispute. →
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03/08/2018

7 best UX design books to help you learn and master UX

Books are a popular choice if you want to learn user experience (UX) design or improve your UX skills.  UX →
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02/27/2018

UX design trends 2018 – and how new technology will impact the sector

2017 was a transformative year for the tech industry. Disruptive technologies, such as mixed →
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02/27/2018

What this British politician’s terrible app can teach us about UX design

Earlier this month history was made when UK culture secretary Matt Hancock became the first UK Member →
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02/20/2018

UI and UX: Your secret weapons against digital competition

DOING business in the digital age means that your website or app makes a first impression on your customer, →
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02/14/2018

10 Laws Of UX, Illustrated

Good design tends to follow general principles that give designers overarching guidelines to →
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02/10/2018

UX Trends That Ruled The Roost In 2017

In the cluttered world of apps and websites, design can often help your brand stand out. If you can manage →
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01/22/2018

9 Big Design Trends That Will Shape 2018

Everyone thought 2016 was bad. That was before 2017. Over the past year, we learned Russia used social →
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01/17/2018

6 great UX design talks you can watch online

Recorded at the recent Interact 2017 conference, hear about digital design from Deliveroo and Monzo – →
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11/15/2017

User experience design: 4 tips from Apple’s Willy Lai

We recently caught up with Willy Lai, a recent Apple user experience design director based in Silicon →
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11/15/2017

Nested Symbols & Auto-Updating Styleguides

Let me present the smartest template and your future starting point for every User Interfaces in Sketch. →
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10/31/2017

UI Design for iPhone X: Top Elements and the Notch

UI Design for iPhone X: Top Elements and the Notch In the same spirit as the first post (UI Design →
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10/31/2017

Study: Clean Design Really Is Better

You’re looking for rental cars, concert tickets, or shoes online. On some websites, you stick around →
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10/04/2017

Finding a Voice for Design in Voice UIs

Of the major technological shifts that designers are all constantly being told we need to prepare for, →
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10/02/2017

How to present design decisions (Framework)

Designers explain design decisions every day. Sometimes a presentation can decline into a fruitless pattern →
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10/02/2017

Flat UI Elements Attract Less Attention and Cause Uncertainty

Summary: Flat interfaces often use weak signifiers. In an eyetracking experiment comparing different →
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09/19/2017

DISABLED BUTTONS SUCK

Showing buttons as disabled until a form is complete might seem like a good idea. It is not. They usually →
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09/18/2017

How we designed Foursquare Swarm 5.0

In this post, the product design team at Foursquare shares their process for the slicked-up Swarm 5.0 →
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09/12/2017

Evolving the Facebook News Feed to Serve You Better

Starting late last year, we set out to explore how we could make News Feed more readable, conversational, →
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08/14/2017

Homepage Links Remain a Necessity

A site logo linking to the homepage is not enough. Logo design and placement, as well as the presence →
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07/31/2017

Fluid Responsive Typography With CSS Poly Fluid Sizing

Fluid layouts have been a normal part of front-end development for years. The idea of fluid typography, →
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07/27/2017

Storyframes before wireframes

Browsing a well-crafted interface is like reading a great story. As designers, why are we not incorporating →
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07/27/2017

Product Design Exercises We Use At WeWork Interviews

Use these exercises to practice your product-thinking skills and learn how we test our design candidates. The →
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07/17/2017

Product Design Playbook

At the time I’m writing this post, I’ve been a full-time product designer for ~3 years, though →
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07/17/2017

Google’s 3 Secrets To Designing Perfect Conversations

We’ve all been frustrated when talking to a computer. Maybe it can’t understand what you’re →
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07/14/2017

Understanding User-Types in B2B Service Design

This article explores different user-types in B2B Service Design. It will give you an overview of who →