The Principles of UX Choreography
5 principles on how to captivate your audience and how they interact with your story.
Designing a Calendar App for Millions
I love the calendar app Sunrise, which Microsoft recently acquired, and so do millions of other people. See how they strive to build the easiest and most enjoyable experience for as many people as possible.
A User Research Case Study on Slack
In Part 1, Samihah Azim explores the human motivation and behaviors when it comes to communication in the workplace as it relates to collaboration. In Part 2, she explores usability issues with Slack’s desktop and web app.
Pilot Testing: Getting It Right (Before) the First Time
Something always goes wrong when running a usability test but running a session or two before the real test can catch problems ahead of time.
How to Perfect your UX with Persona Scenarios
Creating user scenarios can help you think through tasks, flows, and goals to create a better user experience.
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Tools & Resources
The 14 Best Tools For Evaluating User Experience on Your Website
A list of research, design and testing tools to evaluate the user experience.
12 Principles of Animation
An entertaining video series about the 12 Principles of Animation as described by legendary Disney animators Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston.
Britney’s portfolio shows case studies, deliverables, testimonials, her favorite books, her writings and even a simple tiny moment of delight with the day of the week in the top left corner.
Last But Not Least
Tech Reporters and their Hairy Wrists
With the Apple Watch coming out later this month, a bunch of tech journalists got an early look and Tom Coates made an interesting observation about their wrists.
“A beautiful product that doesn’t work very well is ugly.”
— Jony Ive