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Posted on January 11, 2016 by Daniel O'Sullivan in Other with comments.

The beautiful and all-knowing dashboard can be a daunting thing to design. It’s an application’s intuitive and friendly concierge who’s always there to welcome you, fill you in on what’s been going on, and send you on your way. There are several different types of dashboards: key performance indicator (KPI) dashboards, analytic dashboards, business intelligence (BI) dashboards, and productized application dashboards.

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Posted on Jan20, 2016 by Chase Buckley in Other with comments.

2015 was the year that UX disciples the world over proved themselves to be the singular champions of free thought in design. I am proud to say that the field has finally come of age and found itself. At long last, UX Evangelists, Digital Empaths, and Interaction Designers have risen to the highest echelons of the creative class to further the bleeding edge of technology, design, and user delight.

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Posted on May 30th, 2013 by Dieter Petereit in Other with comments.

Fries by Jaune Sarmiento just reached version number 1.0. The project offers a framework for the development of web apps in the look and feel of native Android apps. If you are familiar with Android’s UI from version 4 on, you will definitely know your ways around, once you get a hold of Fries. In its current iteration, Fries is optimized to cooperate with PhoneGap, thus letting you build native Android experiences.

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Posted on February 11th, 2015 by Ioanni Mitsakis in Other with comments.

Just like any other type of web design, eCommerce design is subject to certain trends. If you have been planning to change your design, this is the right time. The trends of 2015 can turn your eCommerce website into a beautiful sales machine. You can put our examples on the next meeting agenda with your designer. With these trends, your site will be well-prepared for the next two to three years. And the big advantage is that they are not only beautiful but also user-friendly and perfect for mobile use.

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Posted on December 29th, 2015 by Andreas Hecht in Other with comments.

The most important things in web design can be summarised in one headline. That doesn’t mean that your websites should always look the same. It only means that the essential elements are always exactly where the visitor of your website searches for them. A navigation belongs at the top area of a site. Here it will be visible and able to catch the eye instantly. The search feature – when offered – also needs to be easily distinguishable. The logo has to be clickable and has to lead back to the homepage. A website shouldn’t be overloaded. Less means more here! Clear structures are necessary. Call-to-action buttons need to catch the eye instantly and need to be labelled appropriately so that the user knows what he’s expected to do. Intuitive means that everything can be found where you look for it first. You know this. You are a consumer of websites as well. So check your design from that point of view.

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