1. A/B Testing A/B testing is a marketer’s version of the scientific method. Rather than resort to doing a complete overhaul of a site’s design, content, typography, or colors when it’s clear that something isn’t right, marketers use an A/B testing tool to try out an alternate version of the website (usually only changing one […]
If you are serious about your site and you want to make sure that your visitors can enjoy it without hiccups, you will have to constantly work on it. There are quite many things that can slow down your site, but there are also a lot of quick and easy ways of speeding up your […]
These three types of tools are not the same. Even though the names are sometimes used both interchangeably, and incorrectly. A wireframe is a low-fidelity model of your design. Wireframes are static models. They are often used to provide an early look at a design before all the details are flushed out. Wireframes show shape, […]
The User-Centered Design Canvas is a great way to organize user research and business value in one place.
They go by many names – modal windows, dialog boxes, modal pop-ups – but whatever you call them, pop-ups have a reputation for being divisive when it comes to usability. Judging by the frequency of pop-up use on the average web page, UI designers and developers love these little guys. However, users seem less enamored. […]
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Opening questions: Interpersonal skills, stress management, creativity: Tell us about yourself. Why the Internet? What got you interested in this area? What caught your attention in our job advert? Why did you apply to us? Experience and general knowledge: You’re currently working in…- what is your current job about? Name some projects you’ve implemented. Could […]
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Design is about how users interact with services and how the services look. It spans everything from colours to typography to accessibility.
Some relevant roles: interaction designers, user experience (UX) designers, graphic designers, visual designers, developers.
User experience (UX) is fundamental to good design work. Websites, design and technology may be getting increasingly complex, but one thing remains simple – that how the user feels is always key.