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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (August 2012)

Again, an incredible month of increasing awareness for the user experience is coming to an end. While many of us were on vacation, others did an extraordinary job in providing the community with lots of insightful and entertaining articles on the UX.

I’d like to take the opportunity to thank you all for sharing your knowledge and experiences with the community. Together we are creating a shared platform for marketers, designers, usability and UX experts, and everyone who is eager to learn about designing websites for users. Let’s keep it up!
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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (July 2012)

It’s almost the end of the month again. More specifically, it’s the last Thursday of the month and time for our monthly recap of great UX content. There were a whole bunch of nice articles out there this month, but we managed to select our five most favorite ones for you. With the weekend coming up, we hope you find some time to read and enjoy them.

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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (June 2012)

Time flies and weeks have passed since we have last shared with you our favorite articles on UX. In the meanwhile, there was a lot of interesting stuff out there again and we would like to share our top UX links from the month June with you. If you haven’t already read them, we hope you enjoy them as much as we did. And don’t forget to let us know what you think.

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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (May 2012)

As community manager and writer at Usabilla, I stumble over quite a number of interesting articles every day. Whenever I read something interesting, I tweet or retweet it in the hope that more people will see and enjoy it. Now, twitter can be a tricky thing. People easily miss your stuff, especially if you are not persistent enough to tweet the same link over and over.

Today it’s the last day of the month and we would like to share with you our favorite articles from this month. Let me give you just a brief summary on each of them and then let you decide for yourself if they are worth your time. I bet they are, though.
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Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 16 of 2012

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Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 15 of 2012

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 http://interaction-design.org about Visual Aesthetics in human-computer interaction and interaction design.

A post on Simurai about Icon Sharpness.

@hanaschank writes about UX design as a two conversation in UX Magazine. She uses this video by Google Analytics as an example:

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 14 of 2012 Links

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 14 of 2012

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 a sample chapter called Redesigning with Personality from the upcoming printed Smashing Book #3. We really were a fan of Aarron latest book Designing for Emotion, so we’re curious about this one!

Jeff Atwood (@codinghorror) hopes pagination on websites will end and explains why

Sascha Greif (@sachagreif) wonders why startups can’t find designers on The Next Web

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 13 of 2012 Links

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 13 of 2012

And our favorites from last week are:

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 12 of 2012 Links

Usabilla UX Tweet Scoop – Week 12 of 2012

And our favorites this week are: