How to Ensure You Don’t Violate UI Design Patterns

This blog post is, admittedly, a list of “User Interface failures” that you’ve suffered through, from badly designed elevators to the screen in the dashboard of your car. However, it’s also about what leads to these UI failures and how they could have been avoided — including a useful list of resources. I stay at one hotel […]
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Why You’ll Never Know When You’re Working with a Great UI

You’ve probably never noticed the really great UIs you’ve worked with or the fabulous UXs they were part of. Why? Because the only reason you’d notice a UI is when something has gone horribly wrong. In fact, you’re already working with a bunch of really great UIs that do your bidding without you doing anything, let alone […]
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Six Rules for Successful Usability Testing

You don’t need a usability lab, special software, or a horde of people to test your UI design. There are, however, six rules that you need to follow to get usable results. I recently worked on an application where, when users first saw it, they couldn’t find the “Add New Item” button. That was because, […]
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