Multivariate Testing, Notification Design, and Visual Hierarchies: What We’re Reading
This week we bring you articles on multivariate testing, the psychology of notification design, eye scanning patterns, why passwords should be revealed on input screens, and guidelines derived from Jewish mysticism for creating user experiences. Enjoy!
This week we bring you articles on why design should be "content agnostic," why design should begin with content (a little point/counterpoint there), how to sell content strategy to the C-suite, designing with systems, and using video as full screen backgrounds on the web. Enjoy!
The Power of Questioning, Listening, and Simplicity: What We’re Reading
This week we bring you articles on asking the right questions in UX/UI design, listening to your users, designing screen-less apps, making things simple (but not too simple), and Photoshop's birthday. Enjoy!
Frictionless UX, Learning to Code, and Global English: What We’re Reading
This week we bring you articles on reducing friction for your users, better approaches to user onboarding, why it's so hard to learn how to code, writing English for global audiences, and intriguing technological innovations with a social impact. Enjoy!
IA and Agile, Hidden Menus, City Fonts: What We’re Reading
This week we bring you articles on doing information architecture and UX in an Agile environment, hidden menus in responsive navigation, the persistence of the “fold,” site maps, and cities with custom fonts. Enjoy!