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The Role of UX Writing in Design Ethics

Via Andrea Drugay UX writers are responsible for making sure the language is clear, correct, and helpful. It’s better if the language is also inclusive and accessible, and it’s best if it doesn’t unfairly manipulate the reader. Read full article Read more

One Metric for Testing a Successful User Experience

Via Rashan Dixon You should be measuring the success of your user experience (UX) efforts by improvements in your conversion rate. Read full article Read more

Stop Using Select Menus for Known User Input

Via Anthony at UX Movement Before you decide to use a select menu for your form field ask yourself a question. Will users know their input without looking at the list of options? If the answer is yes, do not use a select menu. Read full article Read more

Streamlining UX with Anticipatory Design

Via WDD Staff Creating great UX is a primary goal for all product designers. It’s up to the designer to make a process of interaction with a product as simple as possible. Read full article Read more

7 Elements of Good UX in 2018

Via Stephen Moyers | @StephenMoyers Let these seven user experience trends be your guide to help prep for both the present and the future of UX design. Read full article Read more

How to Get Users Hooked on Your Interfaces

Via Busra Demirci | @cmd_shiftbusra Learn ways to evoke emotion through microinteractions, the subtle details users interact with on your website. Read full article Read more

5 Tips for a Secured Experience of a Product

Via Omri Lachman How can design help an online product feel more secure? Omri Lachman shares some ideas. Read full article Read more

Micro Experiences Are Just as Important as the Design of Your Logo

Via Paul Woods | @paulillustrator Micro-experiences are branded moments that set digital product experiences apart from the next. They differentiate not through a logo or brand style guide, but through functionality and interactions. Brands live or... Read more

The Psychology of Price in UX

Via Dennis Last | @toxboe What’s the best way to sell a 2,000 dollar wristwatch? Right next to a 12,000 dollar watch. This mental process has a name. It’s called anchoring and adjustment. Read full article Read more

Really Bad UX Mistakes That Even Great Teams Make

Via Jonathan Kim | @hijonathan This article breaks down some really bad UX mistakes that show up even in popular products with talented teams. Learn these mistakes and understand why they don't work so you can avoid them. Read full article Read more