When life gives you lemons, write better error messages | by Jenni Nadler | Sep, 2022 | Wix UXwix-ux.com/when-life-gives-you-lemons-write-better-error-messages-46c5223e1a2f
Error messages are part of our daily lives online. Every time a server is down or we don’t have internet, or we forget to add some info in a form, we get an error message. “Something went wrong” is…
The user research platform for teams – Dovetaildovetailapp.com/
Dovetail helps you store, analyze, and collaborate on user research in one place, making it easy to see patterns, discover customer insights, and decide what to do next. Our customers include Boston Consulting Group, Cisco, CSIRO, Deliveroo, Elsevier, Kayak, Mastercard, Sketch, Shopify, Square, Thoughtworks, and VMware.
Disrespectful Design—Users aren’t stupid or lazy – Somehow Managesomehowmanage.com/2020/09/13/disrespectful-design-users-arent-stupid-or-lazy/
It's a common narrative in tech to design products with the assumption that users are stupid and lazy. I think that is both disrespectful and wrong. The idea is rooted in a lot of research around product usability, but it has been bastardized. Thing of it as a perversion of the Don't Make Me Think…
PDF: Still Unfit for Human Consumption, 20 Years Laternngroup.com/articles/pdf-unfit-for-human-consumption/
Research spanning 20 years proves PDFs are problematic for online reading. Yet they’re still prevalent and users continue to get lost in them. They’re unpleasant to read and navigate and remain unfit for digital-content display.
UX Movement: User experience design articlesuxmovement.com/
Learn new and innovative best practices in user experience design that'll make your app, website, or user interface easier to use.
Unexpected accessibility tips – Chris Cid ∣ CJCidcjcid.com/articles/unexpected-a11y-tips/
A list of 9 unexpected tips for testing digital accessibility and inclusive design
Where to put buttons on forms by Adam Silver, designer based in London, UK.adamsilver.io/articles/where-to-put-buttons-in-forms/
Button placement can make or break a form. Find out the best place to put them in this article.
The Thumb Zone: Designing For Mobile Users — Smashing Magazinesmashingmagazine.com/2016/09/the-thumb-zone-designing-for-mobile-users/
If there is one thing that will stand the test of time, it’s thumb placement on mobile devices. This makes consideration of the "thumb zone", a term coined in Steven Hoober’s research, an important factor in the design and development of mobile interfaces.