Issue 181

04-16 19:45

Articles

How To Design Emotional Interfaces For Boring Apps

By using positive stimuli we can make users feel more excited, less distracted, and ultimately happier.

Brutalist design is the bad influence we all need

Brutalism has brought back a touch of irreverence and confidence that is lacking in most mainstream designs.

3 Awesome User Onboarding Flows for Web

Looking at the onboarding flow for Dropbox, Netflix and Canva.

Increasing an Organization’s UX Design Maturity

The ingredients to help UX design leaders gain their executive and key stakeholder buy-in.

Getting the most out of design critiques

How to share your work and make it count.

Rapid UX Research at Google

How to conduct impactful user research in a short space of time.

How Designers (Should Not) Apply For Jobs

Companies are looking to hire designers with a sense of purpose, on top of skills.

Multivariate vs. A/B Testing: Incremental vs. Radical Changes

Radical redesigns are best tested using an A/B experiment, while multivariate tests support incremental improvements to a design.

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