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Contact forms are more than a passive method for communication. Great ones inspire online user engagement. But what are the key features of a contact form that do just that?
Language reveals social landscapes and highlights power struggles, and can shed light on intimacy or distance. When writing for an interface, the smallest words reveal relationship dynamics and cue motivations, even emotions. The microtext on, say, a button can alter the tenor of the interface conversation. Whether you label a button “Got it” or “Continue” signals more than just information conveyance. “Got it” connotes a certain confidence and informality, an
This approach draws on nonlinear narratives’ strengths—meaningful tangents over time. Create a framework with plenty of content branches, leaving your visitors free to choose what most interests them. Discoverability is key here; your job is to offer enough guidance so visitors know what to do, and then get out of their way. Clearly mark possible routes with instructional labels, animations, and even color-coding. Provide menu structures that prioritize choice over simple information
When Hannah Atkin began a second career as a UX designer, she had no idea how valuable her experience in television would be. As it turns out, working on a talk show perfectly prepared her for conducting UX research.
The lowly form input. It’s been a part of HTML for as long as HTML has had a formal specification; but before HTML5, developers were hamstrung by its limited types and attributes. As the use of smartphones and their on-screen keyboards has flourished, however, inputs have taken on a new and incredibly important role — but they’re also riddled with browser and device inconsistencies. The eight original input types were brilliant in their simplicity. (Well, OK, maybe hasn’
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Many of us dream of being our own boss, being able to set our own hours and choose what kind of work we take on. But achieving this aim takes years, and even the first step can feel intimidating. Giving up that regular paycheck and setting up on your own is a big step. That is […]
Have you ever wondered why you encounter so many bad user interfaces everyday? The answer is not as straightforward as you might think.
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The following is a guest post by Ana Tudor. Ana always does a great job digging into the math behind what we can do graphically on the web. In this case, that's extra-useful as there are several ways to handle SVG transforms and they require a bit of mathematical thinking, especially converting one type to another for the best cross browser support. Here's Ana.
Youtube prankster Joey Salads has parents around the world on edge after he posted a social experiment video that shows just how easy it can be for strangers to abduct their children. By approaching children with a cute dog named Donuts, he was able to lure children away from the playground, hand-in-hand, by promising them more puppies to pet.
Have you ever asked for an update on a project you’d invested a great deal of time and energy in, only to hear “they have completely redesigned it since then”? I did, and it left me with this very empty feeling. After some wallowing, I realized I needed to discover a new way to think...
Recruiting nonusers. How do you recruit users that aren’t already users? This is still something I struggle with. If I’m looking to test a nonuser specific feature or flow e.g. get feedback on sign up and onboarding from someone that has never heard of the product, I’ll look to the likes of social media, relevant forums, Craigslist or UserTesting.com I’ve found do a decent job of this.