3 UX Rules for Conversational UI Design

3 UX Rules for Conversational UI Design

| June 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

You may have heard that “conversational interfaces” are the new hot trend in digital product design. Industry leaders such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are strongly focussed on building a new generation of conversational interfaces. Several trends are contributing to this phenomenon—artificial intelligence and natural language processing technologies are progressing rapidly—but the main […]

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Using Microcosm Presenters to Manage Complex Features

Using Microcosm Presenters to Manage Complex Features

| June 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

We made Microcosm to help us manage state and data flow in our JavaScript applications. We think it’s pretty great. We recently used it to help our friends at iContact launch a brand new email editor. Today, I’d like to show you how I used one of my favorite features of Microcosm to ship a […]

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20 Beautiful Media Kit Designs for Bloggers and Website Owners

20 Beautiful Media Kit Designs for Bloggers and Website Owners

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

If you want to transform your website or blog into a money-making machine, then these media kit design examples will help you do just that!  Media kits or press kits have the role of showing your website’s stats and services to brands and PR agencies, in a professional manner. These media kit design examples, we […]

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How to Create an IM Icon

How to Create an IM Icon

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

In today’s tutorial, we’re going to explore the process of creating a simple IM icon, using nothing more than same simple geometric shapes and tools found within Adobe Illustrator. That being said, grab a cup of that fresh batch of coffee and let’s get started! Tutorial Details: IM Icon Program: Adobe Illustrator CS6 – CC […]

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Convincing Clients: How To Get Sign Off When It Matters

Convincing Clients: How To Get Sign Off When It Matters

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

    We have all been there. That dreaded moment when after weeks of work we have to present our progress to key stakeholders, and they mercilessly tear it apart. It feels inevitable, but usually, we can avoid these situations. Wouldn’t life be so much easier if we didn’t need to get other people to […]

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10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

The majority of web navigation menus flow horizontally across the page. This comes from a history of traditional monitors being wider rather than taller. But with so much screen space it’s now possible for websites to use vertical navigation menus instead. And many of them look fantastic. These 10 examples of vertical menus are perfect […]

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10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

The majority of web navigation menus flow horizontally across the page. This comes from a history of traditional monitors being wider rather than taller. But with so much screen space it’s now possible for websites to use vertical navigation menus instead. And many of them look fantastic. These 10 examples of vertical menus are perfect […]

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10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

10 Sites Doing Vertical Navigation Right

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

The majority of web navigation menus flow horizontally across the page. This comes from a history of traditional monitors being wider rather than taller. But with so much screen space it’s now possible for websites to use vertical navigation menus instead. And many of them look fantastic. These 10 examples of vertical menus are perfect […]

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What UX Designers Can Learn From IKEA

What UX Designers Can Learn From IKEA

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

I recently moved and ended up buying a lot of IKEA furniture. While assembling the different pieces, I began to notice how IKEA devises their instructions to gently lead builders through complex tasks.  One of the customer’s first interactions with an IKEA product will be to build it, and this experience will likely shape the customer’s lasting impression of both that piece of furniture […]

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What UX Designers Can Learn From IKEA

What UX Designers Can Learn From IKEA

| June 13, 2017 | Comments (0)

I recently moved and ended up buying a lot of IKEA furniture. While assembling the different pieces, I began to notice how IKEA devises their instructions to gently lead builders through complex tasks.  One of the customer’s first interactions with an IKEA product will be to build it, and this experience will likely shape the customer’s lasting impression of both that piece of furniture […]

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