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Usability Geek delivers as always with a nice piece on Colour: User Experience and Psychology Gabe of @macdrifter fame writes about User Aware Apps We reposted 2 articles from Joshua and Joshua of 52 weeks of UX: What does it
With the Republican Party presidential primaries of 2012 fully underway, we decided to test the home pages of the Republican Party candidates: Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich. We focussed on the travel sector, banks and online retailers in
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Last week brought us some interesting articles! Wells Riley made a beautifully designed, one-page site about design for startups called Startups, this is how design works. Alex Sexton on The UX of Language. A new chapter in the encyclopedia of
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Paul Boag (@boagworld) on selecting fonts in Photoshop with Font Picker Justin Mifsud (@justinmifsud) from Usability Geek with an excellent and lenghty piece on beautiful navigation in portfolio websites (on Smashing Magazine) Also on Smashing Magazine: Aarron Walter (@aarron) with
How you go about educating yourself as a designer is a highly personal affair. But if you want to improve constantly, there are some things you can’t do without. Mostly, this means practicing an awful lot, and knowing how to