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Using Motion In UX

By |2018-07-18T20:24:14+00:00April 3rd, 2017|Uncategorized|

 

Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto
https://medium.com/@ux_in_motion/creating-usability-with-motion-the-ux-in-motion-manifesto-a87a4584dd

 

Getting started with UI motion design
https://medium.com/this-also/getting-started-with-ui-motion-design-d82d4a625801

 

Motion in Web Design the Smart Way
https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/motion-in-web-design-the-smart-way/

 

Motion in Web Design the Smart Way
http://uimotionkit.io/

February 2017

December 2016

Usability – Nested Inline Scrollbars

By |2017-09-22T12:27:02+00:00December 6th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Avoid Inline Scroll Areas (26% Get it Wrong) – Articles – Baymard Institute
While tech savvy users may be able to make these distinction, and most regular users eventually work out the conceptual nuances (subliminally of course), inline scroll areas introduce a lot of needless complexity and mental overhead to the page – before the user has even started interpreting and interacting with its actual contents.
http://baymard.com/blog/inline-scroll-areas

 

Web Usability Research at Microsoft Corporation
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/marycz/webchapter.html

 

Simplify the virtual “landscape” for users so that spatial information can be easily learned:Designers should not overload pages with choices; as a general rule, five choices per page are sufficient, unless they can be grouped as a single chunk of information. Designers should make all choices in an image map fit in one screen. Directories and table of contents pages must have intuitive and recognizable ways of grouping and organizing entries. If a navigation bar contains both links to places and access to tools, the design must highlight the difference between these button groups. Designers should avoid nested scroll bars, and should especially avoid placing a nested scroll bar next to a major scroll bar. When using scrolling, designers should signal that there is additional content below or to the side.

 

7 USER INTERFACE DESIGN HABITS TO KICK IN 2013
https://blog.gfk.com/2012/12/7-user-interface-design-habits-to-kick-in-2013/

 

Usability implications of partial page scrolling
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2950290/usability-implications-of-partial-page-scrolling

 

Introduction to Good Usability
http://temza.com/e-books/introduction-to-good-usability.pdf

 

The Extinction of the Scrollbar
https://uxmag.com/articles/the-extinction-of-the-scrollbar

 

In-page scrollbars – Yes or no? Or maybe
http://ux.stackexchange.com/questions/58499/in-page-scrollbars-yes-or-no-or-maybe

Best colors for websites

By |2017-09-22T12:28:48+00:00December 1st, 2016|Uncategorized|

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https://coolors.co/

 

Website Color Schemes: The Palettes of 50 Visually Impactful Websites to Inspire You

https://designschool.canva.com/blog/website-color-schemes/

Best Colors For Websites That Increase Engagement and Conversions

http://1stwebdesigner.com/best-colors-for-websites/

How to Choose a Good Color Scheme For Your Website

http://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/how-to-choose-color-for-your-website/

 

July 2016

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