The Obvious UI is Often the Best UI - Google Design - Mediummedium.com/google-design/the-obvious-ui-is-often-the-best-ui-7a25597d79fd
Voltaire said, “le sens commun est fort rare”—common sense is very rare. Perhaps to realize that a certain decision is common sense, one has to have enough life experience to know the right path to…
User interfaces: hiding stuff should be a last resort by Adam Silver, designer based in London, UK.adamsilver.io/articles/user-interfaces-hiding-stuff-should-be-a-last-resort/
Knowing how to present optional form fields is more tricky than it first seems. Let's discuss why that is and ways we can handle it to improve the user experience.
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All the reasons you don't need a modal — and what to use instead.
Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifestomedium.com/@ux_in_motion/creating-usability-with-motion-the-ux-in-motion-manifesto-a87a4584ddc
The following manifesto represents my answer to the question — “As a UX or UI, designer, how do I know when and where to implement motion to support usability?” Over the last 5 years, it has been my…
Interview with Scott McCloud-Interaction14 on Vimeovimeo.com/86763510
Scott McCloud and Alok Nandi invite you to talk about ways to apply techniques from the graphic arts world to interaction design and usability. Scott McCloud…
No to NoUI – Timo Arnallelasticspace.com/2013/03/no-to-no-ui
Invisible design propogates the myth that technology will ‘disappear’ or ‘just get out of the way’ rather than addressing the qualities of interface technologies that can make them difficult or delightful.
We're big fans of single purpose artifacts that perform one task well. We find that being very strict about input/output diversity, and making the few essential interactions tangible, usually ends up in aesthetically pleasing objects..