Children today spend an average of three hours a day on digital devices. There’s a great opportunity, and a responsibility, for digital designers to influence tomorrow’s generations in a positive way.
Today, buttons are darlings of the design world, and product teams obsess over their every detail. But 150 years ago, they didn’t even exist. Learn how buttons rose from obscurity to design stardom.
From the earliest text-based websites that effectively had no “design” beyond the default browser settings, to current design trends and standards, design constantly evolves and improves.
The future of UX lies in the ability of UX professionals to work at the intersection of technology while also mastering the craft of important human-centered design techniques.
Giving and receiving feedback—without losing one's cool—is an art. It's incumbent on designers to encourage others to give them quality design critiques on their work that cultivates constructive discussion.
Small words matter. Effective UX microcopy can help UX designers create digital products that are more useful, engaging, and simple to use. Here are several examples of good (and bad) microcopy.
We chat with Toptal Design Lead Lubos Volkov—who’s worked remotely his whole career—about tips and strategies for balancing life, work, and the pleasure of a remote setting.
Prototyping, user testing, and UX deliverables are important to the design process, but there are some UX myths that can put these processes at risk of being devalued by clients.
As people age, there are certain physiological and cognitive changes that are almost inevitable. Designers need to understand these changes to effectively master interface design for older adults.
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