Thumbs. The very instrument that makes us human. Separating us from our pet cats and dogs. Passed down through the generations, our thumbs have allowed us to do all manner of things; from gripping wooden clubs, to navigating our smartphones.
65% of consumers prefer social logins to forms. The statistics are hard to disagree with. Logging in has always been the bane of the browser (the human browser that is). Trying to access a piece of content, only to be
Lately, email is stigmatized as too ‘loud’ and one-sided – therefore not suitable anymore for the interactivity of the modern web. New means of mass communication – such as social media and community platforms – have been overshadowing email. Yet,
Responsive web design is not only about pretty layouts and fashionable templates. Your utmost goal is to provide users with a uniform user experience across all devices. Creating independent experiences for each just doesn’t pay off – they’re too resource
The hamburger leads the way in the ubiquitous web experience. Seeing a new lease of life in mobile design’s rise, the three small bars continue to pop up over all number of platforms. Even as I write this, I see
As research conducted by Chao Liu and colleagues from Microsoft Research indicated, the average time for a user to leave a website is 10-20 seconds.
When it comes to creating a new website, a key dilemma is whether the focus should be on fantastic Design and User Experience (UX), or on Search Engine Optimization (SEO). There are many cases where mind-blowing animated design negatively affects
The latest instalment in our monthly list of User Experience terms and definitions. Each month, we are adding new terms to our existing glossary of Web Design, Usability and UX definitions; terms we deem useful, interesting or – hopefully –
Flat Design was the design trend of 2013. Momentum is showing no sign of slowing as more and more sites jump onto the idyllic san serif bandwagon. With so much going for it, it’s perhaps justified that Flat design stands
So, you’ve invested in a mobile site for your website and think you’re all set for the future? Then you may want to think again. Mobile-first remains an important trend with tablets & mobile phones, outselling the “ancient” desktop computer.